Airbus A380 Korean Air returns to Bangkok
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Korean Air will increase transport capacity between Seoul and Bangkok in the winter season 2015-2016 by introducing an Airbus A380 aircraft on one of the 4 daily frequencies.
From December 18, 2015 to March 26, 2016, the South Korean national airline will fly superjumbo between Seoul-Incheon and Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, according to the following schedule:
DON'T ICN657 - NO DONE NO D
DON'T ICN651 - 1715BKK 2105W D
DON'T ICN DON'T: DON'T - DON'T: DON'T BKK DON'T D
DON'T ICN659 - NOTHING + NOTHING NOTHING D
DON'T BKK DON'T: DON'T - DON'T: DON'T ICN DON'T D
DON'T BKK660 - 0950ICN DON'T D
DON'T BKK658 - 2145 + 0450ICN 1 D
DON'T BKK652 - 2245 + 0550ICN 1W D
The other flights are operated by Airbus A330-300 or Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. On this route, Korean Air has impressive competition, with flights between Seoul and Bangkok being operated by: Asiana Airlines, Thai Airways, Asia Atlantic Airlines, Jet Asia Airways, Eastar Jet, Jeju Air, Jin Air, Thai AirAsia X and T ' way Airlines.
Currently, in the Korean Air fleet are 10 Airbus A380-800 aircraft, all of which are configured in three classes: 12 seats in First Class, 94 seats in Business Class and 301 seats in Economy Class.