Wed, 31 Oct 2018

Korean Air Launches Busan - Danang Flights

Korean Air has launched daily direct flights between Busan, South Korea and Danang, Vietnam.

The Busan-Danang flights will be operated with 159-seat Boeing 737-900 aircraft.

Flight KE465 is scheduled to depart Gimhae International Airport in Busan at 21:25 and land in Danang at 00:20 the following day. The return flight, KE466, is timed to leave Danang at 02:45 and arrive at Gimhae in Busan at 08:30.

Korean Air held an event to celebrate the inaugural flight from Busan to Danang on 29 October at Danang International Airport. Click to enlarge.

Located in the south east of Korea, Busan is the second largest city in the country and a major port city best known for its beaches, mountains and temples.

 Danang is a major commercial port in Central Vietnam that in recent times has become a popular tourist destination thanks to its hot climate and attractive beaches.

Korean Air now operates 12 international flights from Busan. The Busan-Danang route is the second regular service to Southeast Asia, after the Busan-Bangkok route.

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