T'way Air is a low-cost airline based in Seongsu-dong, Seoul, South Korea.
The airline flies to many destinations including Guam, Daegu, Fukuoka, Jeju, Jinan, Osaka, Kunming, Macau, Lanzhou, Macau, Nanning, Sapporo, Oita, Siga, Shijiazhuang, Bangkok, Taichung, Taipei, Taiyuan, Ho Chi Minh City, Vientiane and Xuzhou, with a fleet of Boeing 737-800s.
The airline was established on 8 August 2010 with two Boeing 737-800s. The following month, the airline obtained an air operator's certificate (AOC) permitting domestic flights and commenced operations with services between Gimpo International Airport and Jeju International Airport. The following year an AOC for international operations was awarded and in October it launched the first international service, to Bangkok. In 2013 the airline achieved a profit for the first time.
T'Way Air flies to many destinations across Asia, including domestically in South Korea to destinations such as Busan, Daegu, Jeju and Seoul. And international destinations such as Hong Kong, Shanghai, Fukuoka, Naha, Cebu, Taipei, Bangkok, Hanoi and more.
|Busan||Gimhae International Airport||PUS|
|Daegu||Daegu International Airport||TAE|
|Jeju||Jeju International Airport||CJU|
|Muan||Muan International Airport||MWX|
|Seoul||Gimpo International Airport||GMP|
|Seoul||Incheon International Airport||ICN|
|China||Hong Kong||Hong Kong International Airport||HKG|
|China||Jinan||Jinan Yaoqiang International Airport||TNA|
|China||Macau||Macau International Airport||MFM|
|China||Qingdao||Qingdao Liuting International Airport||TAO|
|China||Sanya||Sanya Phoenix International Airport||SYX|
|China||Shanghai||Shanghai Pudong International Airport||PVG|
|China||Wenzhou||Wenzhou Longwan International Airport||WNZ|
|China||Yanji||Yanji Chaoyangchuan International Airport||YNJ|
|China||Zhangjiajie||Zhangjiajie Hehua International Airport||DYG|
|Guam||Hagåtña||Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport||GUM|
|Japan||Nagoya||Chubu Centrair International Airport||NGO|
|Japan||Osaka||Kansai International Airport||KIX|
|Japan||Sapporo||New Chitose Airport||CTS|
|Japan||Tokyo||Narita International Airport||NRT|
|Laos||Vientiane||Wattay International Airport||VTE|
|Northern Mariana Islands||Saipan||Saipan International Airport||SPN|
|Philippines||Angeles||Clark International Airport||CRK|
|Philippines||Cebu||Mactan–Cebu International Airport||CEB|
|Philippines||Kalibo||Kalibo International Airport||KLO|
|Russia||Khabarovsk||Khabarovsk Novy Airport||KHV|
|Russia||Vladivostok||Vladivostok International Airport||VVO|
|Taiwan||Kaohsiung||Kaohsiung International Airport||KHH|
|Taiwan||Taipei||Taipei Taoyuan International Airport||TPE|
|Taiwan||Taipei||Taipei Songshan Airport||TSA|
|Taiwan||Taichung||Taichung International Airport||RMQ|
|Thailand||Bangkok||Suvarnabhumi International Airport||BKK|
|Thailand||Chiang Mai||Chiang Mai International Airport||CNX|
|Vietnam||Da Nang||Da Nang International Airport||DAD|
|Vietnam||Ho Chi Minh City||Tan Son Nhat International Airport||SGN|
|Vietnam||Hanoi||Noi Bai International Airport||HAN|
|Vietnam||Nha Trang||Cam Ranh International Airport||CXR|
Each passenger is allowed to bring one (1) item of free carry-on baggage with a maximum weight of 10 kg. This carry-on bag must also fit within the dimensions of 40 cm (15.7") x 20 cm (7.8") x 55 cm (21.6").
In addition to the one (1) piece of free carry-on baggage, passengers can also bring a small personal item, such as a handbag, laptop and bag, coat, jacket or an item of similar size. However, this bag will also contribute towards the overall 10 kg weight limit.
On domestic flights, each passenger is entitled to one (1) item of free checked baggage with a maximum weight of 15 kg.
On international flights, the free checked baggage allowance of a passenger will depend on the fare purchased and the route flown.
Passengers flying to Guam/Saipan are entitled to one (1) item of free checked baggage with a maximum weight of 23 kg.
Passengers flying on routes that don't include Guam/Saipan are entitled to 15 kg of free checked baggage if they purchase the 'smart' or 'general' fare.
Passengers flying on routes that don't include Guam/Saipan are not entitled to any free checked baggage if they purchase the 'event fare'.
The Economy Class cabin is T'Way Air's only cabin class. The service in Economy is great value, with a professional and helpful flight crew onboard the flight.
Passengers in Economy can buy gifts from the onboard t-shop on all flights. On international flights, passengers can enjoy in-flight meals and duty-free shopping.
Seats are set out in a 3 x 3 formation on all T'way Air flights.
T'way Air doesn't offer in-flight entertainment on all flights and doesn't offer traditional entertainment, such as an in-flight entertainment system with movies, tv shows and music on any of its flights.
However, on special 'event' flights, the airline does provide live performances from the cabin crew, with singing, musical instruments and calligraphy. Event flights happen several times a week and are both domestic and international.
Food and drink can be purchased on all flights, with a full-meal service available to pre-order on international flights.
Online check-in is available through the T'Way Air online check-in page. Online check-in is available between 24 hours–40 minutes before scheduled flight departure time on domestic flights and 24 hours–1 hour before scheduled flight departure time on international flights.
Please be aware that online check-in isn't available on all flights.
Airport check-in can be completed by presenting travel documents to one a member of staff at the airport check-in counter. Airport check-in is available between 90–20 minutes before scheduled flight departure time on domestic flights. It closes 50 minutes before scheduled flight departure time on international flights, however, opening times will depend on which airport the passenger is flying from.
Incheon International Airport
Incheon International Airport (ICN) is an international airport in Seoul, South Korea and is the international hub for T'Way Air. The airline has used Incheon International as its international hub since it began international flights in 2011. The airport handles around 70 million passengers each year and is in the top 20 busiest airports in the world.
T'way Air also uses Gimpo International Airport as its domestic hub. The airline has used Gimpo International as its domestic hub since it flew its first flight back in 2010.
24th May 2018
Korean budget airlines, including T'way Air, see huge profit jump in Q1 2018
Budget airlines in Korea have seen a substantial year-on-year rise in profit in the Q1 2018. Their combined profit has more than doubled when compared to the same time frame in 2017.
The figures are taken from the collective operating profits of Korea's six low-cost carriers — one of which is Eastar Jet — and show that numbers increased by 131% to bring in 186.1 billion won. Additionally, revenue was at 1.18 trillion won, meaning that the total revenue grew by 34.2%. The other five low-cost Korean carriers include Jeju Air, JinAir, T'way Air, Air Busan, and Air Seoul.
The boost in numbers could be due to the fast-growing demand for international and domestic flights within Korea and the rest of the world.