Holidays just got a little bit more convenient as Taiyuan airport has officially opened new direct routes to South Korea and Thailand.
Jeju Air will be operating flights between Taiyuan and Cheongju every Monday. Flight 7C8587 will depart from Cheongju at 09:30 local time, arriving in Taiyuan at 10:55; return flight 7C8588 will depart from Taiyuan at 11:55, arriving in Cheongju at 14:55 local time.
Korean Air flight KE9875 will depart every Monday and Friday from Cheongju at 18:50, arriving in Taiyuan at 20:20; return flight KE9876 will depart at 21:20, arriving back in Cheongju at 00:25.
Meanwhile, Thailand’s Skyview Airways has opened a route between Taiyuan and Bangkok. Flight RK8961 will depart every Friday from Bangkok at 09:30, arriving in Taiyuan at 14:50; return flight RK8962 will depart from Taiyuan at 15:50, arriving back in Bangkok at 19:05.
For tickets and details please check the airlines’ websites:
Jeju Air: http://www.jejuair.net/jejuair/main.jsp
Korean Air: https://kr.koreanair.com/global/en.html
Skyview Airways: http://www.skyviewairways.co.th/
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