New Route for Korean Air

Korean Air is launching a new daily service between Seoul Incheon and Macau from July 1.

The new Korean Air service will depart from Seoul Incheon International Airport at 9:15 pm and arrive at Macau International Airport at 11:55 pm. The return flights depart from Macau International Airport at 1:10 am the next day and arrive at Seoul Incheon International Airport at 6:00 am. The flight time is approximately three hours and 40 minutes.

The route will be served by the airline’s fleet of Airbus A321neos from July 15. The A321neo presents a pleasurable flight experience for short-haul travellers with a sophisticated cabin interior, and advanced personal inflight entertainment systems. The A321neo is also equipped with fully lie-flat seats in Prestige Class.

The new Macau service provides Greater Bay Area travellers with more flight options. Travellers from cities such as Jiangmen, Zhongshan, and Taishan can reach the airport in as little as two hours. Travellers from the region will also have the option to connect to Korean Air’s extensive North America and Japan destinations via Seoul Incheon International Airport.

“Currently, the international travel market is gradually recovering, and the demand for premium airline services is growing. Korean Air will actively respond to the trends in the aviation industry and the needs of travellers and provide them with a more comfortable, convenient and enjoyable travel experience,” says Yohan Park, Vice President and Head of China Regional Headquarters, Korean Air.

Korean Air is launching a new daily service between Seoul Incheon and Macau from July 1.

Korean Air is the only full-service carrier (FSC) connecting Macau and South Korea. Korean Air will continue to expand its route network in Chinato provide passengers with more convenient travel options and high-quality services.

Serving the world for more than 55 years, Korean Air is one of the world’s top 20 airlines, carrying more than 27 million passengers in 2019, pre-COVID. With its global hub at Incheon International Airport (ICN), the airline serves 110 cities in 39 countries on five continents with a modern fleet of 159 aircraft and over 20,000 professional employees.

Korean Air is a founding member of the SkyTeam airline alliance, and has grown into one of the largest transpacific airlines through its joint venture with Delta Air Lines.

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