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Emirates First A380 Flight To North East Asia Lands In Seoul

Emirates Airline’s first A380 flight to North East Asia landed in Seoul, South Korea, carrying passengers from 27 countries including the UAE, Bahrain, UK, and South Africa.   The passengers received a colorful and vibrant welcome at the Incheon International Airport this afternoon. 

The new flight service was timed to support ‘Visit Korea Year’ in 2010 and will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays.  Daily operation will begin on December 27th. President of Emirates Airline, Tim Clark led a high level delegation on the first A380 flight.  He said “We are delighted to launch Korea’s first A380 service.  Our partners at Incheon International Airport have invested heavily to make the airport a world-class A380 facility and for this we thank them.”
 

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