(Seoul=NSP News Agency) Jiye Kim Journalist = Asiana airlines, a major South Korean airline chaired by Kim Soo-cheon, will increase the number of weekly flights between Busan-Okinawa, from three times a week to seven times a week. The new flight schedule set to take effect on October 25.
Asiana has operated Busan-Okinawa route three times weekly on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. With the new winter schedule, the number of flights will be increased to seven times a week on daily basis.
The additional frequencies between two airports will offer more options and flexibility to travelers, providing better connectivity for the citizens of Busan and the southeast part of Korea.
The adjusted schedule will be effective from October 25.
In addition to the Busan-Okinawa, Asiana plans to increase flight frequencies for other routes such as ▲Incheon-Danang: from four times to seven times a week ▲Incheon-Saipan: from seven times to fourteen times a week ▲Incheon-Bangkok: from seven times to fourteen times a week.
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