Jetstar Airways to operate daily flights between Australia and South Korea

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Following strong demand for travel to South Korea, Jetstar Airways has scheduled a four weekly round-trip service between Sydney and Seoul – Incheon for this austral summer season.

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The Qantas Group low-cost carrier began flying between Sydney and the South Korean capital in November 2022 and currently operates three flights a week round-trip, carrying more than 60,000 passengers a year between the two routes.

Additional service between Sydney and Seoul will commence from February 5, 2024, adding another 30,000 seats to the popular route each year. Last week, Jetstar announced a new service between Brisbane and Seoul from February 1, 2024.

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The low-cost carrier will soon provide a daily flight between Australia and South Korea by February next year, creating more than 240,000 seats on the two routes.

Jetstar schedule between Australia and South Korea

Schedules between Sydney and Seoul – Incheon
  • Sydney – Seoul Flight JQ 47 SYD 11:45 – ICN 20:15 Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
  • Seoul – Sydney Flight JQ 48 ICN 21:50 – SYD 10:05+1 Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Additional flight:

  • Sydney – Seoul Flight JQ 47 SYD 14:45 – ICN 23:15 Monday.
  • Seoul – Sydney Flight JQ 48 ICN 00:50 – SYD 13:05 Tuesday.

Timetables between Brisbane and Seoul – Incheon

  • Brisbane – Seoul Flight JQ 53 BNE 14:45 – ICN 23:15 Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
  • Seoul – Brisbane Flight JQ 54 ICN 00:50 – BNE 11:00 Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

All Jetstar services between Australia and South Korea are operated on Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft with a capacity of 335 seats in two classes (21 Business Class/314 Economy). Promotional fares are available from AUD 359 with flights departing from Sydney and AUD 409 from Brisbane.

Alan McIntyre, Jetstar’s Chief Customer Officer, said: “Our Australian customers have fallen in love with Seoul’s mix of skyscrapers, vibrant nightlife, pop culture, rich history and incredible cuisine. From February next year we will offer a total of seven weekly return flights between Sydney, Brisbane and Seoul every day of the week, providing more than 240,000 seats in both directions“.

Rainer Nieves Dolande
Rainer Nieves Dolande
Editor para Norteamérica, Medio Oriente y Asia - Pacífico Para consultas o pedidos editoriales por favor escribir a redaccion@aviacionline.com // For editorial inquiries or requests please write to redaccion@aviacionline.com

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