Asiana Airlines has turned the non-regular routes on Incheon-Kaohsiung and Incheon-Phu Quoc into regular routes. The Incheon- Kaohsiung route will be operated seven times a week, and the Incheon-Phu Quoc route will be operated four times a week.
Asiana Airlines held a ceremony at the Incheon International Airport's first passenger terminal on Oct. 28 to mark the launch of the Incheon- Kaohsiung regular route, with its CEO Han Chang-soo, executives and employees attending.
Various souvenirs, including a luxury soap set and A350 folding bag, were provided to passengers on the flight, adding pleasure to the journey.
This will allow Asiana Airlines to operate regular routes in two cities in Taiwan -Taipei and Kaohsiung -- and in four cities in Vietnam -- Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Da Nang and Phu Quoc
Various Southeast Asian routes owned by Asiana Airlines are expected to be a good option for travelers seeking warm travel destinations during the winter season, a company spokesman said.
Meanwhile, the first non-regular flight to Lisbon, Portugal, was also launched on the same day. Starting with this, the company will operate irregular flights on long-haul routes such as Melbourne in Australia and Cairo in Egypt in December, and will review regular flights depending on the results.