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May 09, 2013

American launches DFW-Seoul service

On Thursday, American Airlines initiated its daily nonstop service between Dallas/Fort Worth Airport and Seoul's Incheon airport.

The flight is the second non-stop daily flight to Korea out of DFW. Korean Airlines, which has been flying the DFW-Seoul route for years, recently increased its service from five times a week to daily.

"At DFW, it is our mission to deliver a world class travel experience for visitors to Dallas/Fort Worth as well as to expand our region's presence and visibility around the globe," DFW Airport chief executive Jeff Fegan said in a statement.

American will use a Boeing 777-200 aircraft with three classes of service on the route. The flight leaves DFW at 10:20 a.m., arriving in Seoul at 2:50 p.m. the next day. The return flight leaves Seoul at 4:50 p.m., landing at DFW at 4:05 p.m. on the same day, local time.

-Andrea Ahles


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Sure hope it doesn't stray over Sakhalin Island.


stick with Korean airlines. much better class of an airline. also their planes are clean and don,t have old maids serving you.

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