Asiana, Korail tout new service connecting airport, bullet trainAsiana Airlines, the nation’s second-largest air carrier, said yesterday it signed a deal with the Korea Railroad Corporation (Korail) to cooperate on marketing that can bring more comfortable services to tourists.
The company said it will start selling an airline-railroad connecting service named “Rail & Miles.” Asiana and Korail will be the first to offer the package that links Incheon International Airport with the KTX bullet train when the service opens next month.
Korean passengers who book their Asiana flights online can get a discount when buying tickets for the KTX bullet train. Foreign tourists will have to buy the “Rail & Miles” service package through a travel agency. The package will first be offered to tourists from China and then it will expand to other countries.
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