Korean Air to Increase Transit Exclusive Domestic Flights Between Busan and Seoul

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Korean Air will increase the frequency of its Transit Exclusive Domestic Flights between Gimhae International Airport (Busan) and Incheon International Airport (Seoul) from 3 to 4 daily flights starting 31 March 2013.

Korean Air will deploy 4 Boeing 737NGs (Next Generation) aircraft on this route and will operate one flight in the morning and three flights in the afternoon.

Only passengers departing from Gimhae International Airport to transit at Incheon International Airport, and those arriving at Incheon airport transferring to Busan can use these flights.

The Transit Exclusive Domestic Flights differ from other domestic flights as they are operated as international flights, and passengers who take the Transit Exclusive Domestic Flights are not required to pass through immigration or customs. Additionally, passengers can check in their baggage to Busan.

With the increase in frequency of the Transit Exclusive Domestic Flights passengers arriving at Seoul and going onto Busan have additional connection options.

Korean Air, Busan, Seoul, Korea

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