Korean Air Increases Capacity to Paris, France

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Korean Air has commenced an Airbus A380 service between Seoul Incheon Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.

Korean Airs A380 which is configured with 407 seats, replaced the Boeing 777-300 formerly used on the route, which seated 291 passengers; thus increasing the total capacity on the route by 40%.

Flight number KE901 departs from Seoul/Incheon at 13:05 daily to arrive in Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport at 18:20 the same day.

The return flight, KE902, departs Paris daily at 21:00 to arrive in Seoul/Incheon at 14:50 the following day.

Korean Airs three-class layout of just 407 seats in total, is the lowest configuration of any A380 operator so far. The airlines double-decker A380s feature cutting-edge amenities, with twelve First Class Kosmo Suites and 301 Economy Class seats on the main lower deck and 94 fully lie-flat Prestige Sleeper seats in Prestige Class (business class) on the upper deck. In addition, the aircraft has a Duty Free Showcase and a new onboard bar and lounge area.

Currently, Korean Air operates eight A380 aircraft with two more joining the fleet by the end of this year.

Korean Air, Seoul, Paris, France, A380

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