Korean Air is increasing the frequency of flights between Vienna and Seoul from July 2018 from its new and modern base at Seoul-Incheon International’s Terminal 2.
With effect from 1 July 2018, Korean Air will fly the route six times a week (no flights on Tuesdays). The service departs Vienna at 18:40 and lands at Seoul-Incheon at 11:50 the next day. Leaving South Korea at 12:50, the return leg touches down in Vienna at 17:10. The additional flights open up greater flexibility and improved access to the global Korean Air network for people travelling to/from Vienna. Passengers can look forward to the highest standards of comfort and service on board.
New terminal: Korean Air has a new home inside Terminal 2 of Seoul-Incheon International Airport. A large number of state-of-the-art, automatic check-in and baggage drop terminals keep waiting times for passengers to an absolute minimum. Numerous free services are also available for transit passengers, with premium services also on offer. These include an exclusive check-in lounge for first class and prestige class passengers and status customers, as well as 4 new lounges which can accommodate up to 750 travellers.