Taiwanese low-cost carrier V Air, the franchise subsidiary of Trans Asia Airways, will boost the frequency of its flights on the Taipei Taoyuan–Busan route later this month.
With effect from October 26, the airline will double its existing flight frequency between the two destinations, from twice weekly to four times per week.
Currently, flight ZV302 operates every Monday and Friday, departing Taipei at 1630 and arriving in South Korea's Busan at 2000. The return service on flight ZV303 will then take off from Busan at 2105 and touch back down in Taipei at 2240.
The increased frequencies will see V Air operate the service on Sunday and Wednesday, too. While the schedule for the former will remain unchanged, the Wednesday service will instead depart Taipei at 1530 and arrive in Busan at 1900. The return flight that day will also be different, with ZV303 departing Busan at 2205 and arriving back in Taipei at 2340.
Flights will be operated by an A321-200, which features a single-class configuration with 194 economy class seats.
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