"Jin Air plans to operate international flights on Oct. 29 to two popular destinations in Asia -- Bangkok and Macao," Kim Jae-kun, president of the air carrier, told reporters.
The budget carrier will fly to Bangkok once every day and four times a week to Macao.
"We are the first flagship carrier to operate direct flights to Macao and travelers will also enjoy convenient flight schedules between Incheon and Bangkok," he said.
The air carrier also plans to begin operations to Osaka and Weihai of China in December and to Guam in January next year.
The air carrier plans to offer the services 20-30 percent cheaper than major airlines connecting Incheon to those Asian cities.
Jin Air will guarantee safety for passengers and be more responsible than any other budget carrier, Kim said.
Earlier of the year the budget carrier has passed a globally accepted airline safety audit program run by the International Air Transportation Association. Jin Air is the first low cost carrier in the country to get the IATA Operational Safety Audit, after only eight months of flight operations, the company said.
Jin Air said the air carrier was targeting 80 billion won ($63.2) in sales revenue this year, a massive increase from last year's 10.2 billion won. By 2010, the air carrier plans to post an operating profit with 150 billion won in sales.
Jin Air also announced its new green management plan to become a global company responsible of climate change.
Under its new slogan, "Save the Air," the budget carrier plans to offer discounts for passengers flying without baggage starting in September. The company said this was to reduce fuel consumption.