29. June 2011 10:46
South Korea’s national carrier Korean Air recently announced that the flights frequency on Seoul Incheon-Paris route will be increased this summer in two phases. The move is aimed at meeting the growing demand of passengers from these two destinations.
Korean Air said in a statement that on Saturdays there will be twice-daily service between Seoul and Paris from June 11 to July 16, 2011. With the beginning of the services, the number of flights on Seoul Incheon-Paris route will now go up to eight times per week.
The airline further said that in July the flight frequencies on Seoul Incheon-Paris route will be increased to ten flights per week.
However, Korean Air said that its current KE901/902 daily flights will be operating as usual. The flights on B777-200ER operate on Monday and Friday, while the flights on Boeing 777-300ER are operated on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
Additional Flight Schedules (for summer):
Seoul Incheon-Paris (Saturday service)
Flight KE903 – Departure: 09.10 – Arrival: 13.50 (same day)
Flight KE904 – Departure: 16.30 – Arrival: 10.20 (next day)
Flight Services from July 22 to September 25, 2011
Seoul Incheon-Paris (Monday, Friday and Saturday)
Flight KE903 – Departure: 16.20 – Arrival: 21.15 (same day)
Flight KE904 – Departure: 23.00 – Arrival: 17.05 (next day)
Korean Air also said that the aircrafts operating flight services between July 22 and September 25, 2011, will be configured with the upgraded cabin products of the airline – Kosmo Suites in the First Class, Prestige Sleeper having fully lie-flat seats in Business or Prestige Class, and New Economy. The seats in all classes will be fitted with the airline’s acclaimed in-flight entertainment system Beyond AVOD (Audio Video On Demand).