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Air Busan Company Limited, more commonly known as its operating name, Air Busan, is a South Korean Airline which began in 2007 as Busan International Airlines Co., Ltd. This low cost carrier is based in Busanjin-gu, Busan, South Korea, and operates both domestic and international flights from its base in Gimhae International Airport.
easyJet has a different baggage policy for carry and checked baggage policy. As standard, no baggage is provided free of charge. As standard, you're allowed 1 free personal item free of charge.
Air Busan permit 10kg of carry-on baggage free of charge. This must fit within the combined dimensions of 115cm (when totalling the width, height and depth).
In addition, certain personal items are permitted. For example, a handbag, coat, umbrella or reading material for the flight.
Air Busan have recently changed their free checked baggage allowance. The following information is for tickets issued from April 1st 2019 or after. For tickets issued before this date, check this link here to see baggage allowance rules.
For Domestic Flights, passengers are permitted 15kg of baggage, with a maximum size of 203 cm for combined dimensions.
For International flights which are not to or from the US, passengers are permitted 1 piece of luggage, weighing 15kg and a maximum size of 203 cm for combined dimensions. This applies to Air Busan Super Special Fare, Air Busan Special Fare and Air Busan Regular, or Basic Fares.
For International flights which are not to or from the US, passengers who purchased a promotion ticket or Thunder Deal are not permitted any luggage.
For International flights to or from the US, passengers are permitted 2 pieces of luggage, weighing 23kg and a maximum size of 203 cm for combined dimensions.
Standard (Economy) plus a range of upgrade options are available.
Comfortable seating, with the highest level of customer service and lots of extras to ensure you have a comfortable journey.
Air Busan offers a tailored in-flight service. Paid meals are available. In-flight duty free shopping. Cafe Blue in-flight snack menu, including noodle pots. The in-flight entertainment service is available to download on your laptop or tablet. A newspaper and reading glasses service is also available.
Upgrade packages are available: Smart, Smart Plus, and Premium.
Smart: 1 piece of checked luggage, 15kg, and a pre-paid seat assignment.
Smart Plus: 1 piece of checked luggage, 15kg, plus 8kg extra (23kg total), and pre-paid seat assignment.
Smart Plus: 1 piece of checked luggage, 15kg, plus 8kg extra (23kg total), and pre-paid seat assignment, in-flight meals. Air Busan Lounge access for flights departing from Busan.
easyJet has a different check-in opening and closing times depending on whether your flight is domestic or international, as well as your method of check-in.
Air Busan are yet to offer online check-in for their flights.
Air Busan require passengers to check in for their flights at the airport.
For domestic flights, Air Busan recommend that passengers arrive at the airport 40 minutes before departure time, as the check-in desk will close 20 minutes before departure.
For international flights, Air Busan recommend passengers to arrive at the airport 2 hours prior to scheduled departure time. The check-in desk will close 40 minutes prior to scheduled departure time.
Air Busan operates an extensive flight network across South Korea and internationally to destinations such as Cambodia, China and the Philippines. See the table below to discover all the destinations.
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Gimhae International Airport, previously known as Kimhae International Airport, is an airport located in the Gangseo District in Busan, South Korea. It currently has 2 runways, with plans to develop one from a military purpose only to commercial use, as the traffic to the airport is increasing. As of 2017, the airport served nearly 16.5 million passengers. Other airlines which fly to the airport include Jeju Air, HK Express, Korean Air, Marianas Pacific Airlines, Thai Airways and more.
There is currently plans for expansion of the airport, to extend the currently low capacity. Development and construction is due to begin in 2021, with an estimated finish date of 2026.
Air Busan’s fleet consists of 26 total planes of the following aircraft: