20. May 2011 11:52
The South Korean niche carrier Asiana Airlines recently announced that it is increasing Incheon-Ho Chi Minh City routes. The airlines also launched Busan-Ho Chi Minh City and Busan-Hanoi routes. According to the airlines, now 14 flights will be operated per week instead of the current 7 flights.
The launching of Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi routes from Busan will be effective from June 1, 2011. However, the frequency of the flights to Incheon from Ho Chi Minh City will be doubled effective from June 23, 2011.
The following is the schedule of the Incheon routes increase and new Busan routes launches.
Increase of Incheon-Ho-Chi Minh City Routes (Starting on June 23)
Ho Chi Minh City-Incheaon - Flight A330 0Z736 - Departure: 13.05 - Arrival: 20.05 - Frequency: Everyday
Incheaon-Ho Chi Minh City - Flight A330 0Z735 - Departure: 08.40 - Arrival: 11.55 - Frequency: Everyday
Launch of Busan-Ho-Chi Minh City Routes (Starting on June 1)
Ho Chi Minh City-Busan - Flight A320 0Z730 - Departure: 01.30 - Arrival: 08.30 - Frequency: Everyday
Busan-Ho Chi Minh City - Flight A320 0Z729 - Departure: 21.20 - Arrival: 00.30+1 - Frequency: Everyday
Launch of Busan-Hanoi Routes (Starting on June 1)
Hanoi-Busan - Flight A320 0Z726 - Departure: 00.35 - Arrival: 06.35 - Frequency: Everyday
Busan-Hanoi - Flight A320 0Z725 - Departure: 21.05 - Arrival: 23.20 - Frequency: Everyday
Asiana Airlines currently operates a fleet of 67 Airbus and Boeing aircraft, which provides scheduled flights to North America, Asia, Europe, and Oceania.