Korean Air is putting its new Airbus A380 superjumbos to good use. One will fly from the Seoul Incheon airport to Paris Charles de Gaulle starting Sep. 26. This route will run three times a week (every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday). The airline will also launch an A380 flight to Los Angeles (every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) starting Oct. 10. More details on the new routes are available here on the company’s website. The airline already flies A380s to Tokyo, New York, and Hong Kong.
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