Jeju Air plans to resume more flights to Southeast Asia during the summer, including its Busan-Singapore route.

According to reports from the Yonhap New Agency and The Korea Herald, Jeju Air will restart the Busan-Singapore route on June 24. Following a suspension of the service for 28 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Jeju Air will operate the flights on the route on a twice-weekly schedule.

In addition to the Busan-Singapore flights, Jeju Air also plans to reopen flights connecting Busan and Bangkok in June.

Prior to the pandemic, Jeju Air operated flights on 87 routes – including six within South Korea.

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