Korean Air connects Zagreb to Asia

Korean Air Seoul Incheon to Zagreb

Korean Air this week launched direct services between Seoul Incheon and Zagreb. Those attending included Jacques Feron, CEO Zagreb Airport; Park Won-Sup, Korean Ambassador in Croatia; Damir Kušen, Croatian Ambassador in Korea; Olivera Šarić, Minister Assistant at the Croatian Ministry of Tourism; and Martina Bienenfeld, Head of Zagreb Tourist Board.

  • Korean Air on 1 September commenced year-round operations between its hub at Seoul Incheon (ICN) and Zagreb (ZAG). The 8,441-kilometre route will be operated three times per week using an A330-200, with Korean Air being the sole operator on the route according to OAG Schedules Analyser. In fact, the launch has additional significance for Zagreb; becoming the first direct service between Asia and Croatia. According to the carrier, the outbound service departs Seoul at 11:05, arriving in Zagreb at 15:45. The return leg leaves the Croatian capital two hours later at 17:45, touching down back in Seoul at 11:55 the following morning. See how Zagreb Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.


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