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In Brief: Asiana to resume flights

In Brief: Asiana to resume flights

SIEM REAP – South Korea’s Asiana Airlines will resume flights between Siem Reap and Seoul on November 17, a Phnom Penh-based manager of the firm said Wednesday, following their suspension at the end of last month. “We suspended the flights because of poor demand, no customers,” the manager said, declining to be named. The airline had previously flown the route four times per week, but suspended flights September 24. Arrivals from South Korea fell 31.23 percent in the first seven months of this year, according to government figures, with total air arrivals dropping 13 percent in the first eight months.

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