Asiana to discount flights for medical tourists to Yonsei clinic
Asiana Airlines, the nation’s second-largest air carrier, said yesterday it has signed a deal to cooperate with Yonsei University’s Health System in a bid to boost medical tourism.
The air carrier said it will provide discount fares to foreign passengers who get checkups at the medical center run by Yonsei University in Seoul. The center will also give discounts to people who arrived in Korea via Asiana.
Asiana previously signed agreements with Seoul National University Hospital, Cheongshim Hospital, Hanyang University Medical Center and Catholic Medical Center.
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