Korean Air adds flights to Canada, China

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Korean Air flies a Boeing 777 to Toronto
Korean Air flies a Boeing 777 to Toronto

Korean Air will add more flights to destinations in Canada and China this week.

From 20 June 2013, the existing five weekly flights between Seoul’s Incheon airport and Vancouver will be increased to daily, while the airline will also deploy a larger 365-seat Boeing 747-400 on the route, in place of its 261-seat B777-200.

Then from 24 June, the Incheon-Toronto route will also be increased to daily, using a 261-seat B777-200 aircraft.

In China, Korean Air’s four weekly flights between Incheon and Jinan, in the eastern province of Shandong, will increase to a daily service from 1 July to 31 August, to cater for an expected rise in summer traffic. Jinan flights will be operated using a single-aisle B737-800.

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