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Asiana to Offer LAX-SAN Bus Service

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Asiana to Offer LAX-SAN Bus Service

Asiana to Offer LAX-SAN Bus Service
March 04
15:55 2014

MIAMI — Asiana Airlines will offer a free bus shuttle service between Los Angeles and San Diego beginning on April 1st. The carrier will offer the service free of charge to passengers on its flight to/from Seoul: OZ201/202.

The bus will depart  San Diego from a shopping center near the airport at 7:20AM, and it will arrive at Los Angeles International Airport at 10:20AM. The return bus service will depart from LAX at 1:20PM, arriving  San Diego at 3:50PM. Advanced reservations are required.

United passengers code-sharing via the Star Alliance connection will also have the service available to them. Additionally,  the passengers will have the option to book a flight on United between SAN and LAX as they codeshare on these flights.

While this may seem a little odd, such services are not unheard of. Currently, Asiana and EVA Air bus passengers between New Jersey and JFK, and Asiana itself provides a shuttle service from St, Urbana, IL to Chicago O’hare.

Perhaps related, Japan Airlines began service direct to San Diego not long ago.

News on how the bus would be outfitted was not provided, though we are assuming there will not be any lie-flat beds for the three hour drive.

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