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Fly Gangwon flies to Clark

Aviation Updates Philippines – South Korean low-cost airline startup Fly Gangwon has opened reservations for daily flights between Yangyang, South Korea to Clark, Philippines starting February 12, 2020.
STARTUP AIRLINE IN KOREA. Clark will be linked to Yangyang, South Korea starting February 12 via Fly Gangwon, a new low-cost carrier.
Flights will be flown daily on-board the airline's Boeing 737-8JP fleet configured with 186 seats in an all-economy configuration. Fly Gangwon's two aircraft were both acquired from Norwegian Air Shuttle.

Based on Fly Gangwon's booking reservation system, flight 4V-215 will depart from Yangyang airport at 9:05 pm KST. It will then arrive in Clark at 12:20 am local time. The return flight, 4V-216, is scheduled to depart back to the South Korean county at 1:20 am local time. Arrival is scheduled at 6:35 am KST.

Fly Gangwon started operations in November last year when it operated its inaugural flight from Yangyang to Jeju. A month later, the airline launched its first overseas scheduled service to Taipei, Taiwan.

This year, the startup airline intends to gradually launch direct flights to Kaohsiung, Taiwan; Taichung; Taiwan, Bangkok, Thailand; Macao, China; Hong Kong, China; Tokyo Narita, Japan; and also Clark, Philippines.

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