South Korea's second biggest airline Asiana announced plans to start flights to Guam after an absence of nearly two decades.

The airline plans to operate twice-weekly flights between Seoul-Incheon and the US territory of Guam starting December 23 using a 188-seat Airbus A321neo.

"The company decided to reopen the Guam .......

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