British Airways plans to add weekly London flight in 2014British Airways will offer a daily service between London and Seoul starting next summer, an increase from the current six-times-a-week schedule.
The increased frequency between the two countries is in response to strong demand from Korean customers for travel to the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe, the company said yesterday. The carrier commenced service to Seoul in December.
British Airways also announced yesterday that Edward Fotheringham will be the country manager for Korea. He previously held managerial positions with the airline as crew manager and volunteer cabin crew fleet manager and has more than five years of experience in sales and marketing.
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