Fly Gangwon, east coast sunrise flight
Support for Busan travel and collaboration with local communities
National LCCs expand their contact points with customers by offering discounts on domestic flights and unique flight experiences.
How about starting 2022 with the sunrise on the east coast? Fly Gangwon will hold a ‘New Year’s East Coast Sunrise Flight’ next year as well as this year. The schedule is to take off from Yangyang Airport at 7 am on January 1, 2022, fly over Pohang, watch the sunrise, and return to Yangyang Airport at 8:20 am. A small souvenir will be provided to customers who board the sunrise flight, and prizes such as airline tickets and model aircraft will be provided through in-flight events. It can be purchased on the Fly Gangwon website, and the total fare starts at 59,000 won. An official from Fly Gangwon said, “The response to the sunrise flight product, which was released to give the impression of the first sunrise of the new year from the sky, was hot, so we decided to re-launch it again this year. “He said.
Air Seoul actively supports Busan travel. From November 30th to December 6th, a coupon for a discount of up to 30,000 won will be provided for weekday flights for the month of December through the ‘Gwangkle Battle to Busan’. Air Seoul members can download and use coupons on a first-come, first-served basis, and receive a 10,000 won discount when paying over 20,000 won in airfare, and 30,000 won off when paying over 50,000 won. If you apply a fare discount coupon to an existing discount ticket, you can purchase the Gimpo-Busan route from 19,500 won one way. Partnership benefits such as up to 70% discount at Avani Central Busan Hotel and up to 45% discount at Lotte Rent-a-Car Gimhae Airport sales offices are also available.
A flight experience in the city is also in progress. Air Seoul Coffee Bean Lounge will be operated for 6 months from November 16th. The airplane concept was introduced by moving the airplane seats used in the actual cabin to the Coffee Bean Gwanghwamun branch. You can feel as if you are going on a trip by watching a video of Air Seoul destinations or looking at a travel brochure. In-flight meal menus are also sold using trays and cutlery sets that are actually used in the plane. You can also meet the Air Seoul Boarding Pass Design prepaid card, and present the card when boarding a domestic flight to receive preferential seat assignment service and priority baggage service.
Jeju Air continues its win-win relationship with the Jeju community. From December 1st to 7th, a 1+1 sale of tangerines will be held at the in-flight air cafe. Jeju Nonghyup’s tangerine brand, ‘Gulberry Jangsaeng’ 5 kg is targeted, and a total of 10 kg is provided when you purchase a box of 19,000 won. It is limited to 1,201 boxes on a first-come, first-served basis, and you can receive it anywhere you want through Jeju Air’s thrilling delivery service. Since last November, Jeju Air has been strengthening cooperation with the local community by selling high-quality products from Jeju, such as omegi rice cake, Jeju tangerine and green tea cookies, as well as agricultural and fishery products such as tangerines, golden sardines, and mackerel at the in-flight air cafe.
Jeju Air in-flight meals appeared at the National Folk Museum of Korea. A special exhibition at the National Folk Museum of Korea that started on November 24 <여행, 일상>10 small items such as a model of an in-flight meal lunch box used in the in-flight meal cafe travel taste are on display. It was recognized as an example of a change in travel behavior as air travel became difficult due to COVID-19. Jeju Air is currently operating the third in-flight cafe, Travel Taste, operated by flight attendants at the Lotte Department Store Gimpo Airport branch.
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