The first success, the "Jeju Express" will be increased to one shift per day.

[May Point Network] From November 9, 2010, the Asiana Airlines "Jeju Express" flight for Chinese passengers will increase from three round trips a week to one round trip per day. The move will be for Jeju Island in South Korea...

[May Point Network] From November 9, 2010, the Asiana Airlines "Jeju Express" flight for Chinese passengers will increase from three round trips a week to one round trip per day. The move will provide more flight options for Chinese passengers on Jeju Island in South Korea.

At the beginning of October this year, the "Jeju Express Line" sailed less than a month. The overall attendance rate of the flight was over 80%. The first day flight ticket was sold out during the scheduled period and the 100% attendance rate was achieved on the day. To this end, Asiana Airlines has increased the "Jeju Express Line" from three shifts a week to one shift a day. In order to give back to Chinese passengers, starting from November 1, the top 6,000 passengers who boarded the "Jeju Express Line" and hold a Chinese passport will receive a love blanket from Asiana Airlines.

Experts in the industry believe that the “Jeju Express Line” is favored by many travel agencies and passengers in China. The first reason is that the Korean government has simplified the visa procedures for Chinese tourists entering the country, and the domestic tourism to Korea has continued to heat up. Secondly, the scenery of Jeju Island in the autumn is rampant. It has great sightseeing value and is easy to attract tourists from all over the world. Another important factor is that Chinese passengers on the “Jeju Express Line” can fly directly to Jeju Island at Incheon Airport in Seoul. It has saved the pain of going to Incheon Airport to Gimpo Airport and then taking a flight to Jeju Island, saving passengers a lot of time and providing more convenient services.

After the flight, the “Jeju Express Line” will become the most intensive route between China and Jeju Island. It is estimated that more than 2,000 people will be transferred to and from China and South Korea each week.

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