Korean Air puts A330- 300s on SE Asian routes
Korean Air has introduced its brand new A330-300 aircraft on its Southeast Asian routes from 2 April.
May 1, 2015
Korean Air has introduced its brand new A330-300 aircraft on its Southeast Asian routes from 2 April. Th e newly introduced A330-300s will join the fleet serving Korean Air’s routes to Sydney, Brisbane, Singapore as well as other routes in Southeast Asia and Oceania. Korean Air currently operates 18 A330-300s and is planning to introduce three more by the end of the year.
Meanwhile, the carrier will introduce 19 additional next-generation aircraft to its fleet in 2015 including 17 passenger aircraft including four B747- 8 Intercontinentals, six B777-300ERs, three A330-300s and four B737-800s; and two freighters including one B747- 8F and one B777F.