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Korean Air to Resume St. Petersburg Flights

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Korean Air is to resume services to St. Petersburg, one of the most popular destinations during the summer season in the northern hemisphere, from 26 April 2011.

The Incheon - St. Petersburg flights will operate three times a week - Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday - utilizing an Airbus 330 aircraft seating 226 passengers.

KE929 will depart Seoul / Incheon at 5:45pm and arrive in St. Petersburg at 10:20pm the same day.

The return flight, KE930, will depart St. Petersburg at 11:50pm for an overnight flight that arrives at Seoul / Incheon at 1:30pm the next day.

Passenger numbers to St. Petersburg are expected to increase in earnest from June and they will all be able to appreciate Korean Airís state-of-the-art AVOD (Audio Video On Demand) System which will be equipped in all three classes by then.

A major transport hub, St. Petersburg is referred to as ďthe Northern CapitalĒ of Russia and is known as the city of culture and art. The White Nights Festival is an annual international cultural event and the city is also home to the famous Hermitage Museum, one of the largest museums in the world. Korean Air, known for its support of arts and culture, has been sponsoring the multimedia guide service at the museum since 2009.

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