Korean Air flies to Dalian

25th Aug 2006

Korean Air has launched new flight services linking Incheon International Airport with the Chinese cities of Yantai and Dalian. Passenger flights to the two cities will leave Incheon, South Korea’s main gateway to the world, once daily, Korean Air said.

* Korean Air plans to use its 187-seat B737-900 jets for Yantai, on China’s southeastern coast, and its 266-seat A300-600 air crafts for Dalian, northeastern China.

* The company’s decision follows a bilateral aviation agreement sealed two months ago which promised to greatly boost the number of flights connecting the two countries.

Korean Air has also been nominated this year for a



rld Travel Award as Asia’s Leading Airline.


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