The South Korean flagship carrier, Asiana Airlines
will increase its long haul flight service to San Francisco and Seattle. The carrier will now operate seven-times a week flight between Seoul-Incheon and San Francisco, from 25th May 2011.
As per Asiana Airlines the new daily flight service will operate both ways. However, round trip flights that are scheduled to operate from 25th May 2011 till 17th September 2011 will fly until the summer season to United States. The airline will also reschedule the round trip flights between Seoul-Incheon and Chicago from 25th May 2011.
The re-scheduled flights will depart from Seoul at 11.00am instead of 06.50pm on Mondays, Wednesday and Friday and will arrive in Chicago at 09.40am. The round trip flight will then depart from Chicago at 12.00pm instead of 01.00 am and will arrive in Seoul at 04.00pm instead of 05.00am the following day.
The airline will operate its Boeing B777-200ER over the new route and all the flights will be equipped with OZ Quadra Smartium business class products, which were launched last year.