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Korean Air Launches Direct Flights to Danang

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Korean Air has launched direct flights between Incheon International Airport in Seoul and Danang.

 Korean Airís new service to Danang, the airlineís third destination in Vietnam, will be operated two times per week with Boeing 737-800 aircraft with a total capacity of 145 seats.

 The flight will depart Seoul Incheon every Thursday and Sunday at 19:00 and will arrive in Danang at 22:10 on the same day.

 The return flight will depart Danang at 23:20 every Thursday and Sunday and will return to Seoul Incheon at 05:30 on the next day.

Korean Air currently operates 18 flights a week between Seoul and Vietnam, including the 7 flights per week service on the Incheon-Hanoi route and the 11 flights per week service on the Incheon-Ho Chi Minh route.

With the addition of the Incheon-Danang route, Korean Air will now fly to Vietnam 20 times a week, covering the three largest cities in North, South and Central area.

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