Air Seoul launch a new route between Incheon and Da Nang

May 17, 2018

Air Seoul Inc. - a subsidiary of South Korea's Asiana Airlines, said the company will launch a new route to Da Nang on 18/5/2018

The first flight will take off at 10:20 pm on May 18, using the Airbus A321-200 (195 seats). The flight will be carried out daily. Currently, seven Korean airlines are providing airfreight services to Da Nang, which attracts about 500,000 Korean visitors each year. 



Air Seoul currently operates six A321, including two planes with 220 seats and four with 195 seats. With this number, the low cost airline is offering flights to 16 cities in four countries including Japan, Cambodia, Malaysia and the US, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (China). The company plans to add an A321 to its fleet in the second half of this year.


Exhilarating exchanges between Vietnam and Korea and rising living standards are creating abundant source of passengers for the airlines of the two countries.

Currently, the Vietnamese community in Korea has exceeded 160,000 and the Korean community in Vietnam is also about 150,000. These numbers are tending to increase with the development of many areas of the bilateral relationship.