airmale
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Korean Air A/C Change For Czech Republic

Sat Jul 17, 2004 5:26 pm

A 744 will operate the service till late August replacing the A332, effective since yesterday (15th July). First scheduled 744 service for Prague.
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Carfield
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July 15 - August 21

Sun Jul 18, 2004 2:05 pm

yeap, KE will temporarily use Boeing 744 on the Prague route between July 15 and August 21. I guess this route must be popular... also Boeing 747 will still be operated in a two-class layout... which means J passengers will fly F seats, and there will be a J seat section for full fare Y passengers and KE/Skyteam elite members (Y service of course).

BTW, L410... beautiful pictures... I guess Prague airport took KE inaugural flights seriously.

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L410Turbolet
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RE: Korean Air A/C Change For Czech Republic

Sun Jul 18, 2004 3:31 pm

Carfield,
unfortunately they are not mine... I just posted the link. I wish I had such access around the airport!

The flights between PRG-ICN should be operated throughout the winter as well, which it was not intended, when KE/OK opened the route earlier this year. Korean will return to use of the A330 after August 21.
Interesting thing is that European webpage of KE offers only flights from Paris, Frankfurt and London and there is no way to book a flight out of PRG through internet.

It's kinda funny but I guess the PRG airport makes such a big deal out of it because it's, as Airmale already mentioned, first regular 747 service to PRG ever. All previous 747 flights were either charters, regular eq. type replacements, etc.

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