New low-cost carrier Air Seoul is poised to begin domestic operations in early July, once it has received its air operators’ certification.
This is Asiana Airlines’ second low-cost carrier after Air Busan.
Air Seoul will initially operate four daily flights between Seoul’s Gimpo International Airport and Jeju International Airport.
Flights will be served by three A321-200 aircraft on loan from Asiana Airlines. While seat details have not been confirmed, expect to find an all-economy layout with seats arranged in a 3-3 configuration as is typical for narrowbody LCCs.
Air Seoul is planning to serve international routes from October, although destinations have yet to be revealed.
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