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Aircraft Taken at
More: T'way Air
More: Boeing 737-8K5
More: Seoul - Gimpo (Kimpo International / K-14) (GMP / RKSS)
More: South Korea, September 5, 2010
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HL8232 (cn 27979/44) Was D-AHFE in TUIfly. T'way is changed name from Hansung which the first LCC in Korea. Hansung was on bankruptcy, they found new investor as Tomato bank in Korea. [Canon 1D Mark III + Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM]
More: Soon-Gyu Ko - Korea Aero Photos
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A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri September 10, 2010:
Sounds like Yorkshire's new airline, or maybe the new name for Jet2... "Best be on t'way now then lads" (apologies to anyone outside of the UK, or inside of Yorkshire, for that poor attempt at a joke ;) ) Nice shot btw!

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Thu September 9, 2010:
At first glance, livery looked similar to that of 'Lion air' to me. Nice catch although.

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Thu September 9, 2010:
On Company Website, They say that 'T' stands for Tomorrow and Together. Which has meanings 'Opening the Future(Tomorrow) Together with Customers'. Hope this helps.

A visitor from Brazil posted Mon September 6, 2010:
Nice photo. This livery is similar to other LCC !

A visitor from Sweden posted Mon September 6, 2010:
I think the livery is boring and cheap

A visitor from - posted Mon September 6, 2010:
Tomato Bank is the large stockholder. Thus they give a name as T'way, I suppose.

A visitor from Australia posted Mon September 6, 2010:
Nice shot, capturing the action on the ramp. And what a great livery! Mr Ko can you explain why the airline was named t'way? I understand the first revenue flight is either today or on 15 September.

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