T'Way Air Co. becomes the first South Korean low-cost airline to fly from South Korea to Croatia soon – said Zoran Horvat, Director of the Croatian Tourist Board Representation Office in South Korea.
-T'way Air will fly four times a week to Croatia in 2020 from the second half of the year, and we expect to define the exact date of the first flight and destination in Croatia soon - said Croatian National Tourist Board Director Kristjan Stanicic.
T’way Air was founded in 2010 and is the third largest Korean low-cost airline with 2.9 million passengers in domestic and 4.2 million passengers in international traffic in 2019. It owns a fleet of 28 Boeing 737-800 aircrafts and flies to 38 destinations in Korea and the world.
The news was also published in the Korean daily papers The Korea Times, after the airline received permission from the Seoul Ministry of Transport. The Transport Ministry said airlines could use their new route permits once South Korea and foreign aviation authorities reach an agreement on aviation security, regarding the coronavirus pandemic situation.