Air Seoul, the low-cost carrier based at Seoul Incheon International Airport, will start flights to Da Nang next month with an aim to expand its services in the Asia-Pacific region. The information was officially announced by the airline’s spokeperson recently.
The carrier will utilise a 195-seat A321 aircraft and the first flight on this route will be launched on 18 May.
Air Seoul currently operates six A321 chartered aircrafts, two 220-seat and four 195-seat, flying to cities in five countries and territories comprising Japan, Cambodia, Malaysia, Hong Kong and the US territory of Guam.
It is reported that Viet Nam has emerged as an attractive destination for South Korean tourists in current years, and the number of South Korean visitors to Viet Nam, especially to the central region, will continue to grow in future.
More than 160,000 Vietnamese are living in South Korea whilst an estimated number of 150,000 South Koreans are living in Viet Nam.