Asiana S19 Regional/Short-Haul service changes as of 19FEB19

Asiana Airlines in the last few days gradually filed planned regional service for summer 2019 season, effective 31MAR19. Latest adjustment for regional/short-haul routes include the following.

Seoul Incheon – Da Nang eff 01OCT19 Day 25 operated by A330-300, replacing 747-400
Seoul Incheon – Dalian eff 05JUL19 OZ301/302 A330-300 replaces 767
Seoul Incheon – Hanoi eff 05JUL19 Increase from 2 to 3 daily, new flight operated by A321. Also, OZ729/730 to be operated by A330-300, instead of A350
OZ727 ICN0820 – 1100HAN 321 D
OZ729 ICN1035 – 1310HAN 333 D
OZ733 ICN1930 – 2200HAN 333 D

OZ728 HAN1220 – 1830ICN 321 D
OZ730 HAN1430 – 2040ICN 333 x7
OZ730 HAN1430 – 2105ICN 333 7
OZ734 HAN2330 – 0540+1ICN 333 D

Seoul Incheon – Nanjing eff 05APR19 A330-300 replaces A321, 1 daily
Seoul Incheon – Qingdao eff 05JUL19 767 operates 2 daily, replacing A321
Seoul Incheon – Shanghai Pu Dong
eff 26APR19 A350-900XWB operates OZ361/362, replacing A330-300
eff 05JUL19
A330-300 replaces 767

Seoul Incheon – Shenzhen Operational aircraft variations from 05APR19, including service entry of A350-900XWB
05APR19 – 25APR19 359 Daily
26APR19 – 13AUG19 333 Day 135 77L Day 24 359 Day 67
14AUG19 – 26OCT19 333 Day 1 77L Day x136 359 Day 36

Previously reported changes on short-haul routes:
Seoul Incheon – Sapporo New Chitose eff 01JUN19 A330-300 replaces A321, 1 daily
Seoul Incheon – Singapore eff 26APR19 OZ751/752 A350-900XWB replaces A330-300

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