Air Seoul to launch six-times weekly service from Seoul

  TAMUNING, Guam — Air Seoul, a Seoul-based low-cost carrier and subsidiary of Asiana Airlines, will start a six-times weekly non-stop service between Seoul-Incheon and Guam on Sept. 13. Its inaugural flight is scheduled to arrive in Guam at 2:35 a.m., said Bokyung Moon, the Guam station manager for Air Seoul and Air Busan. Air Busan is also a subsidiary of Asiana Airlines, and the office at the A.B. Won Pat International Airport, Guam will represent both airlines.

  Air Seoul’s service will use an Airbus 321-200 with a capacity of . . .

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