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Sunday, December 9, 2012

British Airways Starts London-Seoul Direct Service

British Airways, earlier this week, started operating flights to Icheon International Airport in Seoul, South Korea. With this flight, British Airways has commenced its six-times-a-week non-stop services between London and Seoul.

The airline has returned to South Korea with this service after 14 years. The flight is operated by a Boeing 777-200ER aircraft.

With the arrival of flight BA17 and our proud return to Korea; we celebrate a milestone in our commitment to increasing our presence in Asia, Jamie Cassidy, Area General Manager, Middle East and Asia Pacific, British Airways, said after arriving on the flight. The Republic of Korea is increasingly both a cultural and economic giant and a market with huge potential. We welcome this opportunity to strengthen trade and tourism between Korea and the United Kingdom, Cassidy added.

British Airways is the only airline to offer premium economy seating on the Seoul-London route and is also the only member of the oneworld alliance to fly non-stop between the two cities. We are delighted to be flying to Korea once again. No matter what their budget, British Airways has a lot to offer to customers in Korea looking for a premium travel experience with easy access to the rest of Europe, said Vishal Sinha, Regional General Manager, Japan & Korea, British Airways.


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