Doona
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Korean Air To NGO

Sun Mar 20, 2005 12:18 am

I'm flying CPH-LHR-ICN-NGO this summer, and I'm curious to find out what type of equipment KE uses on the ICN-NGO route. I suspect that it might be something rather heavy.

Just love the way most major Asian airlines can operate all that heavy metal on 1 or 2 hour sectors.

If anybody has any idea on what equipment is operated by KE on the ICN-NGO route, please let me know.

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RE: Korean Air To NGO

Sun Mar 20, 2005 12:23 am

Maybe 738/9, 777 or A330, it must be a mix.
 
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RE: Korean Air To NGO

Sun Mar 20, 2005 12:25 am

According to the Skyteam timetable KE have 3 flights and they use 737-800 in the first flight and 777-300 in the other 2 flights.
 
flykal
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RE: Korean Air To NGO

Sun Mar 20, 2005 9:14 am

The ICN-NGO sector alternates between B738/B739 for the morning flight and B744/B773 for the evening flight. As far as I'm aware, we operate only 2 flights / day on this route.

The return from NGO is the opposite - B744/B773 for the morning flight and B738/B739 for the afternoon departure.

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RE: Korean Air To NGO

Sun Mar 20, 2005 7:29 pm

Thanx a bunch.
I'm booked on the evening flight, so right now I'm hoping for the 773, which is the only A/C in the Boeing line up I havn't been on yet.

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RE: Korean Air To NGO

Mon Mar 21, 2005 10:52 am

Quoting Flykal (Reply 3):
The ICN-NGO sector alternates between B738/B739 for the morning flight and B744/B773 for the evening flight. As far as I'm aware, we operate only 2 flights / day on this route.

Really? Two flights only? I would have thought that there were more connections since NGO still lacks the long-haul American routes and European routes. Can't KE set up a business plan, getting all these ppl from small Japanese cities to Centrair and connecting them to ICN and then to some European or American city?

The morning flight seems very small compared to the evening flight.

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