Korean Air is launching nonstop service between Delhi’s Indira Gandhi Airport and Incheon International Airport beginning December 2016. Delhi will be the second destination for Korean Air following Mumbai in India.
The inaugural flight will take place on December 1st, with service aboard an Airbus A330-200 aircraft capable of seating 218. Equipped with Korean Air’s newest seats in both First and Prestige Class and cutting edge AVOD system, the aircraft will provide customers utmost comfort.
KE481 will depart Incheon airport at 12:45 and land in Delhi at 18:20. The return flight, KE482 will depart Delhi at 19:40 and arrive in Incheon at 5:50 next day.
Delhi is the central city of trade and commerce in Northern India. The city has attracted many international corporations such as Samsung Electronics, General Electric, Hewlett Packard, Google, and Yahoo to set up their branch office.
Another aspect of the city is its cultural reputation. Gandhi Memorial Museum and India Gate, the war memorial to 82,000 soldiers of the Indian Army during the First World War, are both famous historic sites to visit. Delhi can also be a perfect transit city to visit Agra where Taj Mahal, the UNESCO world heritage site, stands and Jaipur which is well known as “Pink City”, full of rose-pink colored buildings.
Korean Air will continue to offer its extensive global network with a wider range of options for each of its passengers, delivering true “Excellence in Flight”.