DELHI: South Korea’s national air carrier Korean Air will launch its nonstop service between Delhi’s Indira Gandhi Airport and Incheon International Airport, Seoul beginning December 2016. Delhi will be the second destination for Korean Air in India following the earlier connection to Mumbai.
The inaugural Delhi-Seoul flight will take place on December 1, with service aboard an Airbus A330-200 aircraft capable of seating 218. The aircraft is equipped with Korean Air’s newest seats in both first and prestige class and cutting edge AVOD system.
KE481 will depart from Incheon airport at 12:45 and land in Delhi at 18:20. The return flight, KE482 will depart from Delhi at 19:40 and arrive in Incheon at 5:50 next day.
Musafir Namah Bureau