HONG KONG, China – New Korean Air flights to Okinawa will bring convenient access to the southern region of Japan rich in touristic resources, including Shuri Castle, which is a registered UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s also the place to discover the Nakagusuku castle ruins, incredible limestone caves and some of the world’s most colorful coral reefs.
Korean Air announced that it will launch new flight services from Incheon International Airport in Seoul to Okinawa, Japan’s southernmost prefecture, from May 5, 2016 which will be the 16th destination in Japan for the carrier.
Korean Air will operate daily flights on the Incheon-Okinawa route, utilizing Boeing B777-200 aircraft seating 248 passengers. Operating every day, flight KE735 will depart Seoul/Incheon at 1535 hours and arrive in Okinawa at 1755 hours the same day. The return flight KE736 will depart Okinawa at 1905 hours and returns to Seoul/Incheon at 2135 hours the same day.