Korean Air is expanding its horizons for the winter season, meeting growing travel demand. The company is expanding its network and intensifying its connections to China, Japan, South-East Asia and Oceania.
This new program is accessible from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG) via a daily connection to Seoul, the company’s hub, operated by Boeing 747.
Reopening of 5 routes to China and Japan from Seoul
After three-year hiatus, Korean Air reinstates flights to three destinations in China and Japan
- China: Daily flight Xiamen and 4 flights per week to Kunming
- Japan: 3 weekly flights to Kagoshima, Niigata and Okayama
Increased frequencies to China, Japan, Southeast Asia and Oceania from Seoul
- 18 flights per week to Beijing
- 7 weekly flights to Shenzhen and Xia
- 4 flights per week to Wuhan
- 28 flights per week to Hong Kong
- 28 weekly flights to Fukuoka, Osaka and Tokyo Narita
- 17 weekly flights to Nagoya
To Southeast Asia:
- 35 weekly flights to Bangkok
- 21 weekly flights to Manila
- 4 flights per week to Delhi and Kathmandu
- 7 weekly flights to Chiang Mai
- 4 weekly flights to Auckland
4 weekly flights to Brisbane
A daily flight to Sydney
*For all travelers from Oceania to Europe, Korean Air offers upon request, one free night’s accommodation at the prestigious five-star Grand Hyatt Incheon hotel.
Korean Air, 5-star APEX 2024 airline
For the seventh consecutive year, Korean Air received a 5-star overall rating in the APEX rankings.
APEX collects passenger reviews on more than one million flights on 600 airlines worldwide, covering seat comfort, cabin service, meals and in-flight entertainment. The ranking based on this data is compiled and certified by a professional external auditing company. The 5-star rating reflects Korean Air’s excellent service. The airline’s rating is based on the exceptional quality of the travel experience on board the aircraft and the richness of the content of its in-flight entertainment system. The company also offers meals based on seasonal produce and a selection of award-winning wines.
In its pursuit of excellence, Korean Air is committed to modernizing its fleet to ensure operational safety, reduced carbon footprint and an improved customer experience for all its passengers. The airline will receive 110 new next-generation aircraft over the next few years, including its new order for 20 additional A321 Neos paired with 10 Boeing 787-9s, 20 Boeing 787-10s and 30 Boeing 737-8s. The airline will also phase out its A330-300s and Boeing 777-200ERs.