Korean Air increases frequency to Canada and China

SEOUL, Korea – Korean Air, South Korea’s flagship airline, has announced to increase frequency on its routes to Canada and China.

Zdroj: Flickr/BriYYZ

Zdroj: Flickr/BriYYZ

From 20 June, the current five flights a week between Seoul/Incheon and Vancouver will be increased to daily flights, with flights to Toronto also increased to daily from 24 June. The flights between Seoul/Incheon and the Chinese destination Jinan will increase from four times a week to seven times a week between 1 July and 31 august.

Korean Air’s service to Vancouver will depart from Seoul Incheon at 18:50 and will arrive in Vancouver at 12:35 the same day. The return flight will depart from Vancouver at 14:35, arriving Seoul Incheon at 17:50 on the next day. Korean Air will replace the B777-200 (seating 261 passengers) currently used on the Vancouver route with the B747-400 (seating 365) in order to meet the increasing demand on this route.

Korean Air’s service to Toronto will depart from Seoul Incheon at 10:00 and will arrive in Toronto at 10:15 the same day. The return flight will depart from Toronto at 12:15, arriving Seoul Incheon at 14:55 on the next day. Korean Air’s service to Toronto will be operated by B777-200 seating 261 passengers.

Korean Air’s service to Jinan will depart from Seoul Incheon at 13:15 and will arrive in Jinan at 14:05 the same day. The return flight will depart from Jinan at 15:05, arriving Seoul Incheon at 15:45 the same day. Korean Air’s service to Jinan will be operated by B737-800 equipped with AVOD system.

The increased frequency on Korean Air’s routes to Canada and China is a part of ongoing strategy to give passengers greater choice and flexibility when traveling.

 

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