Buses from Greyhound Busan in the southern Philippines will begin a three-day service on Thursday to the Busan International Airport, which has been under lockdown since March 23.
The bus will begin its scheduled trip on March 23 from Busan’s Busan Municipal Airport to Busan City.
The airline has also announced that the bus will resume service on April 14, and the flight will depart from the Busans Municipal Airport.
The move comes after the military seized the airport on March 22, citing the need to “rescue the Republic” from what it called a “foreign threat.”
The military later announced the reopening of the airport.