Yeongnam Air

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Yeongnam Air
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 2008
Commenced operations 25 July 2008
Ceased operations December 2008
Operating bases Daegu International Airport
Gimhae International Airport
Fleet size 1
Destinations 4
Company slogan Let's fly for the future!
Headquarters South Korea Busan, South Korea
Key people Byong Hun, Oh

Yeongnam Air (Hangul영남에어; RRYeongnam E-eo) was a small regional airline of South Korea launched on 25 July 2008. Its main base was Gimhae International Airport and Daegu International Airport. It flew to Jeju International Airport and Gimpo Airport with a single aircraft.

Yeongnam Air ceased all flights in December 2008 and formally closed in 2009.[citation needed]


Yeongnam Air served the following destinations prior to closure:

[Base] Base
City Country IATA ICAO Airport
Busan South Korea PUS RKPK Gimhae International Airport [Main base]
Daegu South Korea TAE RKTN Daegu International Airport
Jeju South Korea CJU RKPC Jeju International Airport
Seoul South Korea GMP RKSS Gimpo International Airport [Base]


Yeongnam Airs' only aircraft, a Fokker 100 at Gimpo International Airport, Seoul, South Korea. (2008)

Yeongnam Air operated only one aircraft throughout its operations, however the airline did plan on adding a second aircraft at a later date although this never materialised.[1][2]

Yeongnam Air Fleet
Aircraft Total Passengers Registration Notes
Fokker 100 1 80 HL7774 Became PH-MJO with Denim Air