South Korean low-cost carriers (LCCs) are ramping up international services to Guam, with two airlines launching routes from the southern city of Busan. Jeju Air  introduced Busan-Guam flights Jan. 8, while rival Air Busan has asked the US Department of Transportation for permission to operate the same route from June 30. The pair will be the only Korean LCCs to fly this route, although there is already LCC service to Guam from South Korea’s largest gateway Seoul. The Jeju Air ...

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