t'way Air (TW, Daegu) will begin A330-200 flights on June 27, 2024, initially operating three daily roundtrips on the Seoul Incheon-Fukuoka city pair, according to AeroRoutes and confirmed to ch-aviation by t'way Air. Current schedules data has the flights operating through to October 24.

The South Korean LCC is believed to be acquiring the aircraft from Korean Air (KE, Seoul Incheon) and intending to launch flights to Europe. A t'way Air spokesperson confirmed to ch-aviation that the LCC was planning to operate five A330-200s but declined to discuss specifics, citing lessor confidentiality clauses.

While t'way does not presently operate the A330-200 it does have three A330-300s, which it deploys on scheduled flights to Sydney Kingsford Smith, Singapore Changi, Osaka Kansai, and Tokyo Narita. The airline plans to extend its operations to Europe at the behest and with the backing of Korean Air, which is required to boost competition in South Korea-Europe sectors in order to secure approval from the European Commission to merge with Asiana Airlines (OZ, Seoul Incheon).

In addition to the A330s, t'way Air also operates two B737-8s and twenty-six B737-800s. According to ch-aviation PRO airlines data, it flies to 41 airports in 16 countries.