Korean Air Cargo has renewed its Tel Aviv to Seoul freighter service flights with a weekly 747-400 flight.
In an announcement made last week by Cargo GSA, Korean Air Cargo GSA in Israel, the company said that the airline will resume regular cargo flights from Israel with a maximum payload capacity of 118 ton freighter, fitted with side-cargo door and nose cargo door (Maximum pallet load (Main Deck) 30 ea, Maximum container (LD3) load (Lower Deck) 32 ea.)
According to Cargo GSA, the direct cargo flight to Seoul will take off from Tel Aviv on Saturday night and arrive Seoul on Sunday 23:00.
Cargo GSA noted that the renewed cargo flights will enable Israeli exporters and importers to reach Far East destinations with shorter transit time and competitive rates.
Korean Air operates on carriage cargo flights from to Seoul to large number of destinations; 15 destinations in Japan, 23 in China, 3 in Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, Philippine, Cambodia and Fiji.