Korean Air will launch Boeing Dreamliner on flights to Moscow
C March 31, 2019 “Dreamliner” with the cabins in award classes, innovative systems of interior illumination and air cleaning will completely replace the Airbus A330 on flights KE923 and KE924 (Moscow — Seoul).
March 27, 2019 at 19:26
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner
In the first months of the flights will be operated every day except Tuesday and Thursday. КЕ924 flight departs from Sheremetyevo international airport at 18:55 and arrives in Seoul at 9:40 the next day. КЕ923 flight departs from Seoul at 13:20, arrival in Moscow at 16:50 on the same day. From June to September, the flight schedule will be daily.
Replacement of the liner will increase the number of seats in economy class from 188 to 245 on each flight. Update the aircraft is due to the growing demand for transportation between Russia and South Korea.
“Dreamliner” – new aircraft, Korean Air. It is characterized by high fuel efficiency and environmental friendliness, innovative design, lower noise level and increased ceiling height. The portholes of the liner is 78% more predecessors, and the dimming is regulated by the press of a button. Five intelligent modes of lighting will allow passengers feel better during a flight. In comparison with the ships of previous generations humidity in the cabin also became higher.
On Board there are 269 seats, including six cabins in the first class, 18 cabins in the prestige class and 245 seats in economy class.
Chairs of the prestige class are full cabins with a private hallway and are arranged 180 degrees. Seat pitch in the economy class up to 86 cm On Board travelers a choice of one of three dishes of Western and Korean cuisine. Pre-order available more than 20 kinds of special food.
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Flight schedule Korean Air will allow you to travel to Denpasar, Phuket, Sydney, Auckland, Nadi, GUAM, Tokyo, Nagoya and other destinations with a convenient stopover in Seoul. In anticipation of the transfer of flight passengers of Korean Air can go to one of the free tours in South Korea, take a shower or spend time in the break room. At the airport, operates a concert hall, a Museum of Korean culture, a library, and dozens of restaurants and Duty Free shops.
At the end of last year long-haul business class Korean Air was named the best according to Business Traveller Russia and CIS Awards, and Korean Air is among the five leading airlines on the version of the National Geographic Traveler Awards. In February 2019, Korean Air won the prize of the Skyway Service Award in the category “Best in-flight entertainment system and communication”.
The official website of Korean Air