Wednesday, January 9, 2013

►►► EGYPT: Korean Air resumes Seoul - Cairo from January 2013.

Korean Air[UPDATE 9 JANUARY] South Korean airline Korean Air (KE) is to resume its 2x weekly Airbus A330-300 Seoul Incheon - Cairo, Egypt nonstop flights, which from October 28, will be upgraded to a Boeing 777-200ER.

Korean Air A330
Korean Air Airbus A330
Korean Air: Seoul Incheon – Cairo
-Nonstop 2x weekly service to be resumed 24 September 2012 using an A330-200
-From 28 October 2012, equipment switches to a 2-class Boeing 777-200ER.

  • KE953 ICN1340 – 1910CAI 772 15
  • KE954 CAI2110 – 1430+1ICN 772 15
Read More Here [Airline Route] 

[UPDATE] Planned service resumption postponed from 24 September 2012 to 03 December 2012, operating with a Boeing 777-200ER with schedule as above.

[UPDATE] Planned service resumption postponed from 03 December 2012 to 07 January 2013, operating with a Boeing 777-200ER with schedule as above.

[UPDATE 9 JANUARY] As per the 9 January 2013 GDS inventory display, Korean Air appears to be extending its Seoul Incheon – Cairo suspension period, as reservations for travel between 01APR13 and 31AUG13 are closed. The Skyteam member previously planned to suspend the service from 02MAR13 to 31MAR13, however given the recent inventory adjustment, this is now being extended to 31AUG13.

Korean Air (KE): Seoul - Cairo
- Schedule from 01SEP13 as follows.
  • KE953 ICN1345 – 1850CAI 333 15
  • KE954 CAI2050 – 1410+1ICN 333 15
Source [Airline Route]