Thursday, February 19, 2009
Korean Air has officially announced that it will be increasing flights to YYZ-Toronto from May 26th from 3 to 5 weekly nonstop flights. KE will be using the Boeing 777-200ER on this route rather than the Boeing 747-400. With the open skies agreement now in place between Korea and Canada, one expects KE to announce further increases to Canada this year and in 2010 as well. KE also confirmed that it will be increasing its flights to Seattle, USA from 3 weekly to 5 weekly services from June 1st onwards to take advantage of the peak summer season rush on this route. All ICN-SEA flights will be flown using a Boeing 777-200ER nonstop.