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T'way Air Co., Ltd. was established on 8 August 2010 with two Boeing 737-800s. The following month, the airlines obtained Domestic Air Operator Certificate(A.O.C.) and launched the service between Gimpo Int'l Airport and Jeju Int'l Airport. Prior to its dissolution before 2010, T'way Air was known as Hansung Airlines. In 2013, within just three years after the foundation, T'way Air achieved a profit. In 2014, the airlines recorded the highest load factors in Gimpo-Jeju flight among the seven Korean air carriers. In March 2014, T'way Air introduced its 7th aircraft (B737-800) and another aircraft will be added in Aug 2014. The airlines will launch service between Daegu Airport to Jeju Int'l Airport on March 30, 2014.
Aug. 2010 Established with introduction of 1st and 2nd Boeing 737-800
Sep. 2010 Obtained of Dom. Air Operator Certificate(A.O.C.), launched domestic service to GMP-CJU
Jan. 2011 Acquisition of 3rd B737-800
Jul. 2011 Obtained an Int'l Air Operator's Certificate(A.O.C.)
Aug. 2011 Acquisition of 4th B737-800
Oct. 2011 Launched the first international service to Bangkok
Dec. 2011 Launched international service to Fukuoka
Jan. 2012 Charter flight to Chiang Mai, Siem Reap, Haikou, T'way Air tops Customer Service List (Servey Conducted by Korean Consumer Agency)
Apr. 2012 Launched international service to Taipei (4 times a week)
May. 2012 Acquisition of 5th B737-800
Nov. 2012 Re-obtained Air Transport License (Including Cargo)
The T'way Airlines fleet consists of seven Boeing 737-800 aircraft with an average age of 10.8 years, each of which provides space for 189 passengers and 186 passengers in an all-economy class cabin layout (as of March 2015).