Korean Air and Asiana Airlines are taking other approaches to handleadjustments in industry stipulationsbecause of the enlargement of cheap carriers. Asiana has made up our minds to divide up flight routes with its budget daughters Air Seoul and Air Busan, whilst Korean Air is sharing routes with its less expensiveassociate Jin Air.Air Seoul acknowledged Friday it's going to take on two of Asiana's 20 routes to Japan and start flights on Oct. 7. They are Incheon to Shizuoka and Takamatsu. It should also release new flights to Nagasaki and Ube, while taking on from Asiana some Southeast Asian flights. An Air Seoul staffer said, "Air Busan will center of attention on domestic flights, while Air Seoul will pay attention to short-range global flights, leaving Asiana to address mid- to long-distance foreign flights and minimizing overlapping routes and useless costs".