Peach Airlines, All Nippon Airways’ low-cost subsidiary, has announced it will increase frequencies on its Osaka Kansai-Seoul Incheon route from June 23 onwards, ahead of schedule.
The carrier originally planned to go from daily to three times a day on July 1 but due to “the addition of an aircraft,” the carrier can now up frequencies earlier. With this new aircraft, the carrier has a total of four Airbus A320s.
Currently, the carrier flies the route in the morning departing Osaka at 0735 and arriving in Seoul at 0925, with the return leg departing at 1005 and arriving back in the Japanese city at 1150.
The two additional flights will be afternoon and evening services. The second flight of the day will depart at 1355, arriving in Seoul at 1545, while the evening flight will depart at 1840, arriving in the South Korean capital at 2030. The return legs will depart at 1625 and 2110, arriving back in Osaka at 1810 and 2255 respectively.
The carrier is also on track to launch flights between Osaka and Hong Kong on July 1 (see story here).
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