Korean Air is boosting its already extensive US network with a new route to Boston next year, which will also strengthen its transpacific joint venture with Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines. The Seoul-Boston service is scheduled to begin April 12, 2019. It will be a year-round service operated by Boeing 787-9s and will start with five flights per week. Korean Air said Boston is the most popular market for service to South Korea that does not have direct flights. Delta also plans to add a ...

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