BUSAN, Oct. 15 (Korea Bizwire) — Air Busan Co., the budget carrier unit of Asiana Airlines Inc., plans to introduce ‘flight without destination’ programs for all passengers.
The program will bring passengers on a flight of 2 hours and 30 minutes over the Korean peninsula, including Jeju Island, before returning to the airport of departure.
The program will start at Gimhae International Airport, the gateway to Busan and southeastern South Korea, on Oct. 30 and at Gimpo International Airport in western Seoul on Oct. 31.
The program was designed for flight enthusiasts interested in aircraft and airlines, Air Busan explained.
The program offers pilot log books and other souvenirs to passengers, as well as crew meals normally provided to flight attendants.
The program will cost 154,000 won (US$134.38) per passenger.
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