News flash – Korean low-cost carrier applies to start Guam service

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Air Seoul Inc., a Seoul-based low-cost carrier, plans to begin operating scheduled service between Seoul, South Korea, and Guam on or about Sept. 17. Air Seoul would be the fifth carrier to offer nonstop service between Guam and Seoul, joining Jin Air, Korean Air, T’Way Air and Jeju Air.

            The planned service will be year-round scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Seoul and Guam utilizing an Airbus 321-200 with a capacity of 195 passengers in an all . . .

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