British Airways resumes the London-Seoul flight after about 15 years of hiatus

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British Airways, one of the largest airlines in Europe, resumes flights on the route Seoul Incheon - London Heathrow, from 2 December to 2012. They will be operated with Boeing 777-200ER aircraft configured in 4 classes and will have a frequency of 6 times per week.

Below is the schedule of the races:

BA017 LHR 13:00 - 08:55 ICN 772 x3
BA018 ICN 10:45 - 14:00 LHR 772 x4

The last flight operated by British Airways, on the route London - Seoul (South Korea), took place in April 1998, with a Boeing 747-400 aircraft.

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