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Sunday, June 16, 2013

Korean Air Increases Frequency to Canada and China

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

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.