Air Busan arrived at Tokyo Narita on 23 June from its Busan base in South Korea. After congratulating the crew with flowers, the traditional ribbon cutting took place. Passengers on the inaugural flight were treated with goody bags.
- Air Busan, Asiana’s regional subsidiary, launched its third Japanese route on 23 June when the South Korean airline connected its Busan (PUS) base with the Japanese capital through Tokyo Narita (NRT). Flights operate daily with 195-seat A321s, competing with JAL’s twice-daily as well as Delta’s and Korean Air’s each daily flights.