Silkair to Start Nonstop Flights to Busan

The regional airline is gearing up for projected demand with a four-times-weekly service.

Photo: Silkair


For the regional subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, May 1 marks the debut of nonstop flights between the Lion City and Gimhae International Airport, the gateway to South Korea’s second-largest metropolis and the UNESCO-listed historic sites of nearby Gyeongju.

SilkAir is gearing up for projected demand with a four-times-weekly service operated on two-class Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the April/May 2019 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Route Updates”).

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