Korean Air started operating flights from Moscow to Seoul on daily basis
From July 1, Korean Air airline, a member of SkyTeam Alliance, started operating flights Seoul - Moscow - Seoul daily basis, the regional director of Korean Air in Russia and the CIS Dream Song Hwee said to Interfax. The schedule of flights KE923 / 924 remained unchanged. Planes depart from Seoul at 13:35 and arrive to Sheremetyevo at 16:50. The return flight departs from Moscow at 18:55, arriving in Seoul at 8:55 am (local time).
The flights will be carried on the newest aircraft, Airbus A330-300, which was launched a few months ago. The aircraft is equipped with an updated business class cabin, which the airline called Prestige. Armchairs Prestige Classes are staggered and are arranged at 180 degrees and sinking panel and 17-inch screen entertainment systems provide a new level of privacy and comfort of air travel.
Regional Director of the airline said that in 2015, Korean Air celebrates the 25th anniversary of operations in Russia. The first flight of Korean Air KE923 arrived at the international airport Sheremetyevo on March 31, 1990. According to him, over the past 25 years, Korean Air has expanded its route network in Russia and the CIS, starting regular flights to St. Petersburg, Irkutsk and Vladivostok.
Korean Air is an official sponsor of the Hermitage, the company has helped to create an audio guide in Korean.
Korean Air is national carrier and largest airline of South Korea, which is among of the 20 largest airlines in the world. The company operates more than 430 flights a day among 129 cities in 46 countries on five continents. The company's fleet consists of 159 aircraft, including ten A380s, which cabins are the largest in the world.