An Air Busan plane is landing.
Local budget carrier Air Busan says it will soon resume flights on international routes amid a slowdown in novel coronavirus infections.
The low cost airline said Thursday it will resume its Busan to Hong Kong and Macao routes from July 1 and gradually reopen routes to China, Japan and Southeast Asia.
The affiliate of Asiana Airlines suspended all international flights on March 8 in line with global entry restrictions due to the pandemic.
Air Seoul, another budget carrier, also plans to restart international flights in July.
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