Korean Air to launch direct flights between Seoul and Nairobi

 Korean Air, will introduce its first nonstop link to East Africa on a scheduled basis. From 21 June 2012 the airline will offer three weekly flights between Seoul Incheon and Nairobi in Kenya. Korea's flag carrier will operate an Airbus A330-200 aircraft on the route.

Korean Air will launch Nairobi Flights21 June 2012
 The flying time for the Seoul-Nairobi leg is 13:15hrs (14hrs from September 2012), so that this route will become the presently longest scheduled nonstop flight to be operated on board an Airbus A330-200 aircraft.

Korean Air is already code-sharing on fellow SkyTeam carrier Kenya Airways' flights between Nairobi and Bangkok, providing a quick connection to Seoul on the other four days of the week.
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