ASIANA AIRLINES July – Oct 2013 SE Asia Operation Changes as of 04JUN13

As per 04JUN13 GDS timetable/inventory display, ASIANA AIRLINES’ latest changes for South East Asia operation from 01JUL13 to 26OCT13 as follow. Further changes remain possible.

Busan – Kota Kinabalu 31JUL13 – 01SEP13 Planned 2 weekly scheduled charter service, reservation is not available
OZ7576 PUS2135 – 0135+1BKI 320 36
OZ7586 BKI0235 – 0835PUS 320 47

Seoul Incheon – Da Nang eff 22JUL13 Service increases from 2 to 4 weekly (same frequency level in S12)
OZ755 ICN1930 – 2200DAD 321 x247
OZ756 DAD2300 – 0535+1ICN 321 x247

Seoul Incheon – Hong Kong 01JUL13 – 26JUL13 Service reduces from 28 to 26 weekly, OZ749/750 Day 14 from ICN, Day 25 from HKG is closed for reservation
Seoul Incheon – Kota Kinabalu eff 21JUL13 Service increases from 6 weekly to daily (previously to begin from 21SEP13)
OZ757 ICN2020 – 0035+1BKI 321 D
OZ758 BKI0140 – 0750ICN 321 D

Seoul Incheon – Manila 01JUL13 – 25AUG13 Boeing 747-400PAX operates 4 of 14 weekly flights, capacity increase
OZ703 ICN1950 – 2245MNL 744 x256
OZ704 MNL2345 – 0445+1ICN 744 x256

Previously reported changes:
Seoul Incheon – Bangkok 01JUL13 – 31AUG13 Restoration of 2nd daily service (OZ743/744
Seoul Incheon – Denpasar eff 25JUL13 NEW 2 weekly Boeing 767 service
Seoul Incheon – Jakarta eff 19JUL13 Service resumes with A330, 1 daily
Seoul Incheon – Singapore 15JUL13 – 25AUG13 Service increases from 7 to 10 weekly
Seoul Incheon – Yangon 01JUL13 – 31AUG13 Service increases from 2 to 4 weekly, 767 service


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