With effect from July 3, Asiana Airlines will increase the frequency of its non-stop Seoul Incheon–Delhi service from three- to five-times weekly.
Flight times will remain the same, but the South Korean carrier will operate the route on Wednesdays and Sundays – something it currently does not do. The revisions mean that Asiana will fly between Seoul and Delhi every day, except on Mondays and Fridays.
Flight OZ767 departs Incheon at 2010 and arrives in Delhi at 0100 the next day. The return flight, OZ768 takes off from Delhi at 0220 before touching back down in Seoul at 1240.
Asiana will continue to operate the Airbus A330-300 on the route. The aircraft features a two-class configuration, with 30 seats in business and 260 in economy.
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