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T’way Air is a budget airline based in Seoul, South Korea. It was originally founded in 2004 as Hansung Airlines. But it wound down operations owing to financial issues and in 2010 was ‘resurrected’. The airline was re-launched in 2010 with the new name and new destinations.

T’way originally began as a domestic airline with flights on the popular Seoul - Jeju Island route. In October 2011 it announced its first international route to Thailand. T’way is the third Korean low-cost carrier (LCC), after Jeju Air and Jin Air, on the Bangkok-Seoul route. T’way Airlines will use brand-new Boeing B737-800 jets for its flights through Bangkok. Bangkok is one of the first international destinations chosen by T’way, following cities in Japan and China, after establishing itself on its home turf. It now flies to Fukuoka, Taipei, Sapporo, Saga and Bangkok, in addition to Jeju and Daegu. It also code-shares with Easter Jet for its Gimpo (Seoul)-Songshan (Taipei) route.

T’way Airlines operates a fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft with an entirely economy class layout.

Why Fly with T'way Air

How to Check In

Check-in times vary according to your port of departure. Check the website for more information. For the visually impaired, service staff can provide assistance from check-in to immigration. A guide dog is allowed on board for free on domestic flights.

Baggage allowance

The maximum weight allowed is 20kg for international flights and 15kg for domestic flights. For hand baggage, you are allowed one small carry-on bag with three sides less than 115cm and lighter than 10kg.


Seats are in comfortable and hygienic grey E-leather with red and white contrast stitching along with the T’way Air logo embroidered in the headrest.

Inflight Service

Inflight shopping is available as is first-aid medicine. If you let the airline know about your birthday or a special event or anniversary in advance, they will announce it on board and present you with a greeting card. They can also deliver a letter on your behalf, printed on beautiful stationery and their flight attendants will help you take a photo, if you so require. If you are flying on Valentine’s Day and Christmas, you can look forward to being entertained on board.


Beverages served are orange juice, Jeju mineral water, coffee and green tea (except for Fukuoka route). Inflight meals are sold separately. Cold beer and nuts are also available for purchase.

Booking Fees

You can book your ticket online or over the phone.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.