Korean Air, the largest airline and flag carrier of South Korea is all set to add more flights to Canada from June 20 June 2013. The airline will increase the number of flights to Vancouver to daily from five flights a week.
The airline will also increase the passenger capacity and will deploy a larger 365-seat Boeing 747-400 on the route to replace 261-seat B777-200.
The airline will also launch daily flights to Toronto from 24 June onward. The Toronto Seoul route will also be served by a 261-seat B777-200 aircraft.
Korean Air will also launch daily flights to Jinan in the eastern province of Shandong in China. The airline will operate daily services between Seoul and Jinan from 1 July to 31 August, to cater to the increased summer traffic. The airline will serve this flight using a single-aisle B737-800.
The increased flights by Korean Air will provide great options to the passenger flying on these routes.