Korean Air launches direct flights to Milan and Rome


Korean Air has announced that it will launch direct flights from Seoul Incheon, South Korea, to Milan and Rome in Italy from February 25, 2015. It will initially deploy three flights a week to each destination, with Milan increasing to four times a week in March, 2015.

The Rome service will be operated by Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. From March 29, capacity on the Rome route will increase by 25% with the deployment of B747-400 aircraft.

The Milan service will initially operate three times a week utilising Airbus A330-200 aircraft. From March 29, the airline will increase the service to Milan to four times a weekly and raise capacity by using B777-200ER aircraft.

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