Travel Industry News at TravelNewsAsia.com since 1997. Interviews, podcasts, videos, pictures and more

Search Travel News Asia for: Busan

Search Results
Your search for Busan found the following documents (of 52086 documents searched):
Displaying documents 49-56 of 1453, with best matches first:

49. New Korean Airline - Jin Air - Takes to the Skies
New Korean Airline - Jin Air - Takes to the Skies. Gimpo (Seoul) ~ Jeju is Jin Airs first domestic route. Its operations are expected to expand to Gimpo ~ Busan and Busan ~ Jeju routes next year. The airline will also expand its fleet, currently composed of one Boeing 737-800, to five aircraft including three 737-800s and two Airbus 300-600s.
50. Korean Air Successfully Completes its Own B747-400 Freighter Conversion
Korean Air Successfully Completes its Own B747-400 Freighter Conversion. On Tuesday, Korean Air delivered the first B747-400 converted freighter at its Aerospace / Engineering and Maintenance Base in Busan, South Korea. This marks Korean Airs successful first step into the civil aircraft conversion provider market. Converting a passenger plane into a freighter can be considered si
51. AirAsia X Launches Buy 1, Free 1 Promotion
AirAsia X has launched a Buy 1, Free 1 promotion which offers fares from as low as MYR449 for 2 travellers in Economy, and MYR1,698 in Premium from Kuala Lumpur to Australia (Perth, Gold Coast, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide), China (Chengdu, Hangzhou, Beijing, Shanghai,), Nepal (Kathmandu), Japan (Osaka), and Korea (Busan). Bookings are available online until 6 October 2013, for trav
52. Korean Air Aims to Become Number One Aerospace Company in Asia
Korean Air has unveiled plans to become the number one aerospace company in Asia. With Aerospace Vision 2020, Korean Air will restructure its aerospace business by focusing on cutting-edge technologies and aims to become one of the major companies that participate in the international joint development of civil aircraft; to grow as the number one MRO supplier in Asia; and to positi
53. Korean Air to further expand its route structure to China
Korean Air to further expand its route structure to China
54. AirAsia X Launches ex-Australia Promotion on Fly-Thru Destinations
AirAsia X is now offering special fares departing Australia from just A$269 one way on Fly-Thru destinations, which allow guests to connect between two different flights via the Kuala Lumpur Low Cost Carrier Terminal. The fares are available for sale and travel from now until 31 March 2014 from each Australian AirAsia X port - Perth, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and the Gold Coast.
55. Royal Caribbean to Expand Cruise Options in Asia
Royal Caribbean to Expand Cruise Options in Asia. Royal Caribbean International has unveiled its 2010/2011 sailings for another year-round deployment in Asia on Legend of the Seas. With a total of over 60 sailings including seven new itineraries, the new addition of exciting destinations namely Bali, Semarang and Lombok in Indonesia, Osaka, Aomori and Beppu in Japan and Dalian in C
56. Significant Flight Reductions, Route Suspensions and Redeployment at JAL
Significant Flight Reductions, Route Suspensions and Redeployment at JAL. With the high prices of jet fuel, the JAL Group has decided to carry out a bold review of its original FY2008 route, flight frequency and fleet plan further concentrating its resources on improving profitability and increasing competitiveness. The airline group aims to improve profitability by increasing flig

Documents 49-56 of 1453 displayed.

Results Pages: [ << Previous ] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 [ Next >> ]

Travel News Asia - Home Page

Advertising
Advertising
Contact Details | Privacy | About Us | TravelNewsAsia.com Copyright © 1997 - 2024 - TravelNewsAsia.com - All rights reserved.