Asiana will fly Incheon-Rome three times a week

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Asiana will fly Incheon-Rome three times a week

Asiana Airlines launched a new route Tuesday that connects Incheon and Rome three times a week.

The service, following Asiana’s start of service to Paris in 2008 and Istanbul in 2011, is their latest route to Europe.

The Incheon-Rome route was only available by Korean Airlines until last year, but now Alitalia Airlines and Asiana Airlines also offer the service.

The average load factor on the Incheon-Rome route increased by 6 percent, from 77.7 to 83.7 percent over the past three years.

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