To celebrate the launch of the airline’s second destination in Taiwan (it already serves Taipei), there was a traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony for the start of Air Busan’s new four times weekly service from Busan to Kaohsiung on 11 December.
- Air Busan, an airline in which Asiana Airlines owns a major share, has added Kaohsiung (KHH) in Taiwan to its route network from Busan (PUS) in South Korea. The four times weekly service began on 11 December and will be operated by the airline’s A321s. No other carrier serves this 1,640-kilometre route. Air Busan now operates to 11 international destinations from Busan, including twice-daily flights to Fukuoka and Osaka Kansai. The airline operates a mixed fleet of 10 737s and A320-series aircraft, and recently celebrated its fifth anniversary.