Delta links Seoul with world’s busiest airport

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Delta Air Lines has launched a new direct flight connecting Seoul with Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

The new service commenced on Saturday (3 June 2017) and will now operate daily, using Delta’s 291-seat Boeing 777-200LR aircraft. Passengers will be offered three cabin classes, plus in-flight Wi-Fi and power outlets in every seat.

The new service complements Korean Air’s existing service between Seoul’s Incheon International Airport and Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson – the world’s busiest airport. The two airlines are both partners in the SkyTeam alliance.

Seoul becomes the second Asian destination that Delta serves from its home base of Atlanta, following Tokyo Narita Airport.

Delta celebrates the departure of the inaugural flight at Seoul's Incheon International Airport
Delta celebrates the departure of the inaugural flight at Seoul’s Incheon International Airport
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