Korean Air adds capital connection to India

Korean Air will fly its Airbus A330 aircraft to Delhi
Korean Air will fly its Airbus A330 aircraft to Delhi

Korean Air has unveiled plans to launch a new route connecting the capital cities of two of Asia’s biggest economies: Seoul and Delhi.

Commencing on 1 December 2016, the Korean national carrier will offer five weekly flights on the route.

Services will depart Seoul’s Incheon International Airport every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 1245 and arrive at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport at 1820.

The return flights will leave the Indian capital at 1940 on the same days of the week, arriving back in Seoul at 0550 the next morning.

Initially, Korean Air will deploy a 218-seat Airbus A330-200 on the route. Delhi will become the airline’s second destination in India, following Mumbai.

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