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Korean Air ups Canada, China frequencies
Seoul, June 17, 2013
 

KOREAN Air is stepping up capacity on routes to Vancouver, Toronto and China's Jinan by adding new services and adjusting aircraft deployment.

 

The current five-times-weekly service from Seoul-Incheon to Vancouver will be increased to daily from June 20. The 261-seater Boeing 777-200 will also be replaced by a 365-seater B747-400 to meet demand on the route.

 

Beginning June 24, Korean Air’s Seoul-Toronto route will also be increased from five times a week to daily.

 

Korean Air will raise the frequency of its service from Seoul-Incheon to Jinan from four times weekly to seven times a week between July 1 and August 31, 2013.

 

Said the carrier in a media release: “The increased frequency on Korean Air’s routes to Canada and China is a part of (the airline’s) ongoing strategy to give passengers greater choice and flexibility when travelling.”

 
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