Philippine Air carriers will launch a charter support next month to Jeju Island within South Korea.
The particular airline has filed an functional schedule for this Manila-Jeju service, planned to fly twice a week starting on April 6 using an A320 aircraft.
There are presently more than 90, 000 South Koreans in the Philippines (as of a last year population report recorded by Southern Korea’ s Ministry of International Affairs and Trade), and you will find more than 45, 000 Filipinos moving into South Korea.
Jeju is a popular tourist destination in Southern Korea, and is known for its seaside resorts and volcanic landscape associated with craters and cavelike lava pipes. Hallasan Mountain, a dormant volcano, features hiking trails, a crater lake at the 1, 950-meter peak and nearby Gwaneumsa Temple.