Air Seoul has launched a number of new routes in Asia-Pacific, offering flights between Incheon International Airport and Macau, Kota Kinabalu, Nagasaki, Yonago and Hiroshima. Operation of the new, direct services began between October 18 and 23 and will run on select days of the week.

The Seoul Incheon (ICN) to Macau (MFM) service will run on all days of the week, though its Tuesday and Friday flights will operate at a later time than flights during other days of the week. The return MFM-ICN flight, however, will not operate on Tuesday and Friday, and will instead run at two times on Wednesday and Saturday.

Meanwhile, the ICN to Kota Kinabalu (BKI) service will operate at the same time daily. Of the three new Japan services, the Nagasaki (NGS) route will run on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday; the Yonago (YGJ) service will operate on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday; and the Hiroshima (HIJ) route will run on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

Details of the flights are as follows (all times are local times):


Flight No. From To Departs Arrives Days
RS521 ICN MFM 1240 1515 Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat, Sun
RS523 ICN MFM 2100 2355 Tue, Fri
RS522 MFM ICN 1645 2120 Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat, Sun
RS524 MFM ICN 0055 0520 Wed, Sat

Incheon-Kota Kinabalu-Incheon

Flight No. From To Departs Arrives Days
RS511 ICN BKI 1950 2355 Daily
RS512 BKI ICN 0110 0715 Daily


Flight No. From To Departs Arrives Days
RS722 ICN NGS 0725 0845 Tue, Wed, Fri, Sun
RS721 NGS ICN 0945 1110 Tue, Wed, Fri, Sun


Flight No. From To Departs Arrives Days
RS742 ICN YGJ 0930 1100 Fri
RS742 ICN YGJ 1230 1400 Tue, Sun
RS741 YGJ IGN 1200 1330 Fri
RS741 YGJ ICN 1500 1640 Tue, Sun


Flight No. From To Departs Arrives Days
RS732 ICN HIJ 1010 1140 Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun
RS731 HIJ ICN 1240 1410 Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun

The new routes follow the announcement of two additional Japan services to Ube and Takamatsu earlier this year. The Takamastsu flights began operation on October 7, while the Ube route is expected to launch on November 28.

Air Seoul parent company and Star Alliance member, Asiana Airlines, has been handing over a number of routes to Air Seoul throughout October, including a service to Siem Reap, The Phnom Penh Post reports.