Budget air carrier Air Busan said they have added a new aircraft to their fleet that will allow them to expand flight services.
Air Busan, a joint venture between Asiana Airlines, Busan municipal government and 14 other corporate investors, said the latest Airbus A321-200 jet acquisition has increased its fleet size to 13.
The company said the new plane offers 32.5 inches of leg room for passengers, making it relatively comfortable for long-haul flights. The airline also offers beverages and meals, as well as newspapers, free of charge to passengers.
The new plane will start flight operations on Wednesday and is expected to give the airline greater flexibility to schedule flights that can enhance passenger convenience.