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Jin Air to Resume 5 International Destinations in June
South Korean low-cost carrier Jin Air Co. will resume flights from Incheon to Bangkok, Taipei, Narita, Osaka, and Vietnam on June 1 to cater to incoming passengers and meet cargo-carrying demand.
Jin Air hopes to bring Koreans studying or doing business abroad back to the country. There will also be one to two flights a week to the five cities to meet cargo-carrying orders.
Since April, Jin Air has suspended all of its international flights due to entry restrictions caused by COVID-19 but retained service in seven domestic routes.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Jin Air had 32 international routes, including Hong Kong, Guam, Hawaii, and Shanghai.
Hanjin KAL Corp., the parent company of Korean Air Lines Co., holds a 60 percent stake in Jin Air.
In the first quarter, Jin Air shifted from a net profit of 31.8 billion won to a net loss of 45.77 billion won.