South Korean LCC Air Busan hopes to begin scheduled operations from the port city of Busan to Singapore from as soon as February, and is in the process of getting an operating license. The Asiana Airlines subsidiary began a seasonal Busan-Singapore service Jan. 4, a first for any Korean carrier. The twice-weekly service uses an Airbus A321-200 through Jan. 29. Air Busan’s A321s have a two-class configuration; the longer ranged variant has 191 seats in a single-class layout and ...

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