Asiana Airlines, one of South Korea’s major carriers, announced that it will resume its Seoul Incheon – Cebu service starting from March 16, 2023. The airline had suspended the route since 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Initially, the airline will operate four weekly flights with Airbus A321neo aircraft, switching to A321ceo from March 26, 2023. The airline plans to increase the frequency to one daily flight from July 1, 2023, with Airbus A321neo aircraft.

Based on a report from AeroRoutes, the following is the flight schedule for the service:

OZ709 ICN2130 – 0100+1CEB 32Q D
OZ710 CEB0200 – 0745ICN 32Q D

Customers who wish to book their flights can visit Asiana Airlines’ official website or mobile app or contact their travel agents.

Asiana Airlines is committed to providing safe and comfortable travel experiences for its customers amid the COVID-19 situation. The airline has implemented strict hygiene measures and follows the guidelines of the authorities of both countries.

Aside from Asiana, four more carriers also operate flights between Seoul Incheon and Cebu: Jeju Air, Jin Air, Philippines AirAsia, Cebu Pacific and T’way Air.

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