Talk about the power of international fans — in response to the high number of Japanese fans flocking to Busan en masse for the upcoming JYJ concert, Air Busan has announced plans to fly a specially chartered airplane this week.
Air Busan, a subsidiary of Asiana Airlines regionally concentrated in Busan, revealed today that preparations are being made to accommodate the number of Japanese tourists seeking to attend the upcoming JYJ concerts on June 11 and 12. Air Busan normally flies the Osaka-Busan route twice a day with morning and afternoon flights, but due to the skyrocketing demand, preparations for a chartered plane were made accordingly.
An official from the agency stated, “Among the international airlines, Air Busan is the only airline flying a chartered airplane for this concert. We specifically arranged this for Japanese fans to reduce the unfortunate event of having to miss one’s favorite singer’s concert due to a lack of [airplane] seats.”
Meanwhile, in the midst of worry regarding the aftereffects of the recent earthquake, Air Busan has scheduled planes for the Busan-Norita route on June 23 as scheduled in order to keep its promise to its customers.