Articles Tagged ‘Korean Air’
Korean Air returns to Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah with services from Seoul Incheon Airport via Riyadh.
Korean Air now flies from its Seoul Incheon Airport hub to Yangon, the biggest city in Myanmar.
Incheon International Airport, serving South Korea’s capital Seoul, wants to increase transfer traffic, making use of its strategic location between the major markets Japan and China. But how much is traffic to China growing? And which new connection opportunities does Korean Air now have from London after adding flights with a different schedule?
Korean Air makes Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta Airport its first African airport served from Seoul Incheon.
Korean Air launches second London route from Seoul Incheon to Gatwick.
Korean Air launches new route from Seoul Incheon to Jeju
Korean Air now flies from Seoul Incheon Airport to Da Nang in Vietnam. The airline competes with Asiana Airlines.
Korean Air now flies from Daegu in South Korea to Thailand’s capital airport Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Korean Air now flies from its Seoul Incheon hub airport to Koror in Palau.
US international growth (+3.5) outperforms domestic growth (+2.1%) so far in 2011; Korean Air ups capacity 26%
The US international market is growing faster than the domestic market, but which are the leading country markets and how much have they grown during the last year? Which are the leading airlines in this market and how many have cut international capacity compared with last year?
Korean Air has launched a new route from its Seoul Incheon hub to Huangshan in Eastern China.
Korean Air now flies to China’s capital Beijing from both of the South Korean capital’s airports, now including Seoul Gimpo.