With travel restrictions easing, Changi Airport will have 42 weekly services to fly between Singapore and major South Korea cities like Busan, Jeju and Seoul from June 2022. That’s a 60% increase on services, with airlines like T’way Air, Jeju Air and Air Premia commencing new operations here.
T’way Air, a South Korean low-cost carrier, will operate a twice-weekly service to Seoul from 29 May. Air Premia, which commenced Passenger Aircraft Carrying Cargo (PACC) operations in Changi late last year, will operate a thrice-weekly passenger service from 29 June, also to Seoul. Jeju Air will become the sole operator on the Singapore-Busan route, flying twice weekly from 25 June. A new city link to Jeju will be operated by Scoot, commencing 15 June.
Apart from the new services, from June, there will be additional services to Seoul by Asiana Airlines (5x to 7x weekly), Korean Air (7x to 10x weekly) and Singapore Airlines (7x to 11x weekly).
With all these new flights and maybe better fares, it’s easier to go to South Korea to meet your favourite idols or visit iconic venues from the Korean Dramas.