All flights will fly to Seoul from there on connecting flights to destinations in the Far East, Australia and New Zealand
Mr. Eran Zilberman, Director General, Turbo Cargo GSA Israel, said last week that Korean Air, Korea’s national airline, was to resume freighter flights to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport as from April 23rd.
Turbo Cargo GSA noted in a press release that the first flight, next Friday, will take off from TLV at 23:10 and reach Seoul next day on 15:10.
As from May 2010 cargo flights will take off on Thursdays, taking off at 20:25 landing in Seoul on the following day at 12:40. All flights will fly to Seoul from there on connecting flights to destinations in the Far East, Australia and New Zealand.
The new cargo flights will supplement KA combi flights which resume regular flights three flights per week as from May 14th 2010.
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