Korean Air returns to Brisbane with almost 90,000 seats

The five times weekly services will see Queenslanders enjoy an additional 89,000 inbound seats.

Queenslanders can once again head to South Korea, with Korean Air re-launching non-stop flights between Brisbane and Seoul.

South Korea’s capital has established itself as a holiday destination for Australian-based travellers itching to experience the city’s urban metropolis and popular cuisine.

Seoul night life
Seoul’s electric city metropolis is growing in popularity amongst Australian-based travellers.

The flight

Korean Air’s direct service between Brisbane and Seoul will take flight five times each week on the airline’s Boeing 777.

Those on a business class ticket can expect to enjoy the 10-hour stint with a lie-flat seat and 15.4″ touchscreen entertainment helping to pass the time.

The downside comes with an outdated cabin and 2-3-2 configuration, which means some seats don’t have aisle access.

korean air cabin crew

Summing up

The renewed Brisbane-Seoul link is an addition to Korean Air’s existing daily Sydney-Seoul flights, meaning those travelling to Queensland will no longer have to transit through Sydney.

The return of permanent flights is also expected to bring South Korean tourism to Queensland, making it easier for students to study in the Sunshine State.

As a SkyTeam member, Korean Air offers passengers a chance to fly across a lobal network to over 1,000 destinations across 184 countries worldwide.

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