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Korean Air to Launch Flights to Sri Lanka and Maldives

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Korean Air will expand its network to Southwest Asia on 9 March 2013 with the launch of a direct service from Seoul Incheon to Sri Lanka and Maldives.

 Korean Air will commence the direct service three times a week, flying from Seoul/Incheon first to Colombo in Sri Lanka and then onto Male in Maldives.

The Seoul/Incheon-Colombo-Male flights will operate every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.

KE 473 will depart Seoul/Incheon at 22:40 and arrive in Colombo at 04:10 the next day. The flight continues its journey departing from Colombo at 05:40, arriving Male at 06:40 the same day.

The return, KE 474 will depart from Male at 15:30 and arrive in Colombo at 17:30; then the flight will depart from Colombo at 18:50 and arrive in Seoul/Incheon at 06:10 the next day.

Korean Airís new Seoul/Incheon-Colombo-Male route will be operated with an Airbus 330-300, seating 276 passengers and equipped with Korean Airís premium seats.

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