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Korean adds peak seaon Auckland frequencies

written by | July 29, 2011
photo - Rob Finlayson

Korean Air will add an additional three flights a week to its Seoul-Auckland service for December and January, taking its schedule from daily flights to 10 times per week.

“We have a clear growth strategy focused on driving more travel demand out of Asia.  Korean Air’s announcement of increased services between Auckland and Seoul is the latest in a number of successes we have achieved in growing the Asian travel market,” said Glenn Wedlock, Auckland Airport general manager aeronautical commercial.

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