flying to south Korea

Discussion in 'South Korea' started by paulmerfy, Sep 8, 2010.

  1. paulmerfy

    paulmerfy New Member


    Are Korea airport arrangements fairly easy to make? Is it possible to get a non stop flight from the states and what are the two main airlines in South Korea?
  2. Jenna

    Jenna Moderator

    hello Paul,

    There are a number of international airports as well as domestic carriers that serve south Korea. if you're flying to South Korea from the United States, you can take flights via Tokyo-Narita International Airport.

    At the moment, the only option for non stop flight from the U.S. to any of the South Korea airports involves taking Singapore Airlines direct from San Francisco to Seoul.

    The two main airlines in South Korea are Asiana Airlines and Korean Air, though Korea Air is the most popular carrier in the country.

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