Saipan – An airline based in the U.S. will be introducing twice-weekly flights from Korea to the CNMI starting next month and plan to increase that to four in December.
Dynamic Airways will initially fly the Saipan-Incheon/Incheon-Saipan route twice a week starting Oct. 30, using a Boeing 767 with a seat capacity of 250. The twice-weekly flights are scheduled every Wednesdays and Saturdays.
The airline, recently purchased by major owners Ken Wholley and Paul Kraus, took over the former owner’s FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) 121 Certificate as an airline operator. Besides the CNMI, it has other operations all over the United States.
Dynamic Airways will join the CNMI’s signatory airlines Delta and Asiana airlines, which serve the Japan and Korea markets respectively.
The airline also plans to serve the Japan and China markets in the long run. Dynamic Airways wholly owns five 767 aircraft.