Korean Air to increase frequency on Incheon-Paris route this summer

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    Korean Air, South Korea’s flagship airline, will increase the frequency of flights on its Seoul Incheon (ICN) - Paris (CDG) route in two phases this summer, in order to meet the rising demand for travel between the two destinations.

    From 11 June to 16 July, Korean Air’s daily service from Seoul to the French capital will be supplemented with a double-daily service on Saturdays, taking the carrier’s total frequency on the ICN-CDG route to eight times a week.

    The additional KE903 Saturday service is scheduled to leave Incheon at 09:10 and arrive into Paris at 13.50 the same day. Flight KE904 will then return to Incheon, departing Paris at 16:30, arriving at 10:20 the following day. Boeing 747-400 aircraft configured with 333 seats will serve this route.
    The number of flights will be increased further in July, bringing Korean Air’s ICN-CDG frequencies to ten weekly flights.

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