Air Busan Co. said Wednesday it will increase its fleet to 23 by the end of this year to strengthen services.
On Tuesday, the low-cost carrier added its 22nd A321-200 jet to its fleet, with a plan to add the 23rd plane this month, Air Busan said in a statement.
The budget carrier unit of Asiana Airlines Inc. currently operates 15 A321-200 jets and six smaller A320-200s, all leased and with up to 220 seats, to serve four domestic routes and 24 international routes. In 2020, it plans to bring in the A321-200 NEO. (Yonhap)