google-site-verification=-dZePfgWB2ZtA3dxPB_nPrOD55Shnmh0iXAEngMSTwE dZePfgWB2ZtA3dxPB_nPrOD55Shnmh0iXAEngMSTwE

BUSAN, South Korea -- Busan's skyways are getting busier as international flights to Japan, Laos and the Philippines are growing more frequent. Busan City announced that two foreign airlines will start operating new routes with chartered planes from the end of this year at Gimhae International Airport.

Lao Airlines will operate a flight from Gimhae to Vientiane from Dec. 28 to Feb. 13. The flight, on a 142-seat Airbus A320, is scheduled for Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and departs Busan around 8 a.m. This is the first direct flight between Busan and Vientiane from Gimhae.

Philippines low-cost carrier ZestAir will operate a chartered plane from Busan to Clark twice a week for two months from Dec. 24, the first route between the two locations. ZestAir is currently flying to Kalibo twice a week from Gimhae.

Source: Busan City News


 

More International Air Routes to Open


BUSAN, South Korea — Busan’s skyways are getting busier as international flights to Japan, Laos and the Philippines are growing more frequent. Busan City announced that two foreign airlines will start operating new routes with chartered planes from the end of this year at Gimhae International Airport.

Lao Airlines will operate a flight from Gimhae to Vientiane from Dec. 28 to Feb. 13. The flight, on a 142-seat Airbus A320, is scheduled for Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and departs Busan around 8 a.m. This is the first direct flight between Busan and Vientiane from Gimhae.

Philippines low-cost carrier ZestAir will operate a chartered plane from Busan to Clark twice a week for two months from Dec. 24, the first route between the two locations. ZestAir is currently flying to Kalibo twice a week from Gimhae.

Source: Busan City News


 

Comments

comments

About

Check Also

bulguksa-temple-gyeongju

Aftershocks May Continue for Months

The Korea Meteorological Administration(KMA) is predicting that more aftershocks with a magnitude of three to four will likely continue in Gyeongju, for as long as several months.

Leave a Reply