Korean Air deploys charter flight to Denpasar, Bali
A 276 seat A330 aircraft has departed Incheon International Airport on November 30th
Korean Air has deployed a charter flight to Denpasar Bali in order to transport passengers who are held because of the volcano eruption.
A 276 seat A330 aircraft has departed Incheon International Airport on November 30th at 5:51 without passenger and will arrive at Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport at 11:46 the same day.
The return flight will depart Bali at 13:00 and will arrive to Incheon International Airport at 20:55 on the same day.
Because of the volcanic ashes movement, Bali International Airport is only opened during the day time. The airport has been closed for nearly three days due to Mount Agung volcano eruption.
Korean Air will monitor the situation and determine the operation of its regular flight accordingly.