Ningbo to resume flights to and from Osaka, Jeju Island
A Spring Airlines aircraft stationed at Ningbo Lishe International Airport, East China's Zhejiang province. [Photo/WeChat account: nbfb0574]
Ningbo in East China's Zhejiang province is resuming flights to and from Osaka, Japan and Jeju Island, South Korea. Budget carrier Spring Airlines will operate both round-trip flights using Airbus A320 aircraft.
Starting from July 8, the airline will operate flights to Osaka every Tuesday and Saturday, marking the second direct air route to Japan that Ningbo has resumed this year, following the Tokyo route.
The flight will depart Ningbo Lishe International Airport at 12:40 pm and arrive at Kansai International Airport after 2 hours and 20 minutes, with a ticket price of 800 yuan ($112.32).
The return trip, which will set passengers back 650 yuan, is scheduled to leave Osaka at 5:00 pm and arrive in Ningbo at 6:45 pm.
Spring Airlines will also restart its flights from Ningbo to Jeju Island in South Korea on June 21, with an initial plan to offer one round trip per day.
The flight is scheduled to depart Ningbo Lishe International Airport at 6:45 pm every day and reach Jeju International Airport at 9:35 pm. The return flight will leave Jeju at 10:35 pm and arrive at Ningbo at 11:05 pm.
Tickets for the flights are available on the airline's official website, with prices starting from 199 yuan for a single trip from Jeju to Ningbo.