Kenya Airways flies to South Korea

Kenya Airways is proud to announce that through the strategic code share agreement signed with Korean Air, the Pride of Africa now offers return flights to the bustling metropolis of Seoul via Nairobi.

Officially called Seoul Special City, the capital of South Korea is considered a major global city, ranked 8th on the Global Cities Index for 2012.  “Kenya Airways seeks to strengthen its presence in Asia by offering better connections to its passengers from Africa. Our association with Korean Air gives us an opportunity to offer our customers a seamless connection to and from the South Korean capital,” says Rosemary Adogo, Southern Africa Area Manager at Kenya Airways.

Outbound schedule from Johannesburg (JNB) to Seoul (ICN) via Nairobi (NBO)

Flight No Frequency  From To Depart Arrive
KQ 765 Daily JNB NBO 00:40 05:45
KQ5108* Tue, Thurs, Sat NBO ICN 10:30 04:40 (+1)

Inbound schedule from Seoul (ICN) to Johannesburg (JNB) via Nairobi (NBO) 

Flight No Frequency  From To Depart Arrive
KQ5107* Mon, Wed, Fri ICN NBO 20:45 05:05 (+1)
KQ760 Daily NBO JNB 06:40 09:50

*operated by Korean Air

With sufficient frequencies and optimal connections, Kenya Airways is your perfect travel partner when flying to South Korea from South Africa.

 

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