Asiana Airlines said on June 20 it has added a A350 passenger jet to its fleet to better serve on international routes.
Its ninth A350 will run on mid- and long-haul routes to cities like Los Angeles, London, Paris and Singapore, the company said in a statement.
Asiana plans to bring the 10th A350 to the fleet by December and 20 more A350s by 2025 to strengthen its fleet. It will add 25 A321NEOs from July through 2025, it said.
The country’s second-biggest airline currently operates 84 planes that include the new A350.
By Ram Garikipati and newswires (firstname.lastname@example.org)