T’Way is a budget airline based in Seoul, South Korea. It was originally founded in 2004 as Hansung Airlines but shut down due to financial issues. The airline was re-launched in 2010 with the new name and new destinations.
Initially, T’Way was launched as a domestic airline with flights on the popular Seoul – Jeju Island route. In October 2011 T’Way announced its first international route to Thailand. The airline plans to add more international destinations including China and Japan.
T’Way Airlines operates a fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft with an entirely economy class lay-out.
Current T’way Airlines destinations include:
Jeju (Jeju International Airport)
Seoul (Gimpo Airport)
Seoul (Incheon International Airport)
Fukuoka (Fukuoka Airport)
Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi International Airport)