Taiwan-Busan air routes resume after nearly 3 years

Taiwan-Busan air routes resume after nearly 3 years

BeFM News

Taiwan-Busan routes have resumed after nearly three years of suspension due to COVID-19.

A Tigerair Taiwan plane arrived at Gimhae International Airport on Wednesday afternoon, while Air Busan also plans to resume Busan-Taiwan flights from the 21st of December to 5 days a week and increase the frequency to 7 days a week starting next year.

The Busan tourism industry expects that the resumption will contribute to revitalizing local tourism as many Taiwanese tourists visited Busan before the pandemic.


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