10 December 2008, Korean Air is to launch a twice-weekly flight service to Milan, the second largest city
and the fashion capital of Italy.
The two outbound flights will depart Seoul/Incheon on Wednesdays and Sundays at 1:55 pm and arrive in Milan at 6pm the same day. The
flights will leave Milan at 7:50pm, continuing to Rome where it will arrive at 9pm.
The return flight will depart Rome at 10:30pm, directly headed
for Incheon with an arrival time of 5:35pm the next day. Korean Air will use 300-seat Boeing 777-200 aircraft to serve this route.
Korean Air is adding stops at Milan on the existing Incheon ~ Rome route for two of the three weekly frequencies.
Milan is the airline's 14th destination in Europe.
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