Korean Air outlines 737 MAX 8 network in S19

Korean Air this week opened reservation for its planned Boeing 737 MAX 8 operation, set to enter international service from May 2019. Based on FLIFO listing, the configuration of 737 MAX 8 is C8Y132.

Planned 737 MAX 8 operations as follow.

Seoul Incheon – Aomori eff 03JUL19 3 weekly, replacing 737-800
Seoul Incheon – Komatsu eff 01MAY19 3 weekly, replacing 737-900
Seoul Incheon – Mudanjiang eff 01AUG19 5 weekly, replacing 737-900ER
Seoul Incheon – Niigata eff 02JUL19 3 weekly, replacing 737-800/-900
Seoul Incheon – Okinawa eff 01MAY19 1 daily, replacing 737-900ER
Seoul Incheon – Tokyo Haneda eff 01JUL19 1 daily, replacing 737-900
Seoul Incheon – Xiamen eff 01JUN19 1 daily, replacing 737-800/-900ER

Routes Asia 2018

Routes Asia 2020

The route development forum for Asia
Chiang Mai, Thailand  8 - 10 March 2020

Attracting senior decision makers from the region's air service development community, Routes Asia provides the perfect platform to expand your connections and discuss route development opportunities. Register your place today and join the region's leading airlines, airports, tourism authorities and industry influencers in Chiang Mai. 

Register my place

Share this article

Download How Swedavia is setting the sustainability agenda

Why Swedavia, the owner, operator and developer of a network of Swedish airports, is at the forefront of the sustainability agenda.

Download White Paper