SEOUL, South Korea (YONHAP) — Air Seoul Inc., a South Korean low-cost carrier, said Tuesday it will resume the Incheon-Boracay route next month to meet pent-up travel demand amid eased virus curbs.
Air Seoul will provide four flights a week on the Boracay route from June 17, the company said in a statement.
On Saturday, the carrier resumed services on the Incheon-Guam route and will expand the number of flights from four to seven a week starting July 1, it said.
With six A321-200 chartered planes, the carrier currently serves flights on the domestic routes to Jeju Island and international routes to Guam, Yantai and Saipan.
Air Seoul is a budget carrier unit of Asiana Airlines Inc., the country’s second-biggest full-service carrier after Korean Air Lines Co. (Yonhap)