Korean Air schedules Zagreb charters

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Korean Air is preparing to make a comeback to Zagreb, albeit in a limited capacity, after more than two and a half years this October. As previously reported, the airline will operate a total of four charters from Seoul to the Croatian capital, which are planned on September 30, October 7, October 14 and October 21, departing the carrier’s hub, with return flights scheduled for October 8, 15, 22 and 28. The airline will utilise its Airbus A330-200 aircraft on the route. Departure from Seoul is planned for 09.00, arriving in Zagreb at 15.25 the same day. Return services will depart at 18.25 and arrive in Seoul at 12.15 the following day. All times are local with the schedule subject to change. Flights are being operated on behalf of the Hanjin Travel tour operator.

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  1. Anonymous12:02

    Bravo Hrvatska!

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  2. Anonymous12:21

    ?!

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  3. Anonymous14:25

    4 flights total? That's nothing.

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    1. Anonymous18:42

      How do you mean nothing?!
      Ask Bravo Hrvatska if this is nothing!

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    2. Anonymous20:58

      Some of you seem to be unaware how some of these Asian countries needed ages to come out of Covid isolation. Korean will return sooner or later, these charters will do the trick for the time being.

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  4. Anonymous15:06

    Exyuaviation announced already two times that T'way from Korea will commence flights between Zagreb and Seoul in July. I doubt it will realize. Any further news about a future T'way service to Zagreb?

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  5. Anonymous21:13

    Prestigious route. Bravo Hrvatska!

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