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Air Seoul to replace Asiana in Siem Reap

Air Seoul to replace Asiana in Siem Reap

South Korea-based Asiana Airlines has ended flight operations between Seoul, South Korea, and Siem Reap, handing over to its low-cost carrier (LCC) subsidiary, Air Seoul, it said in a press release.

It said since October 8 Air Seoul has been operating four flights a week between the two destinations. Air Seoul received its air operating certificate (AOC) in July.

A similar transfer of flights from Asiana Airlines to Air Seoul will take place for several other destinations, primarily in Japan, but also in Malaysia and Macau, the press release added.

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