Korean Air’s cargo hike on Russian route

KOREAN Air Lines plans to boost cargo capacity on its daily Russian service by swapping over its aircraft.
From 1 September, the carrier will use a wide-bodied B777-200F, instead of a B737-900F on its route from Incheon International Airport (South Korea) to Vladivostok (Russia).
As a result of the swap, the tonnage per flight will rise to 10, a spokesperson reveals.
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