Northwest Airlines of the United States is just one of several international air carriers who had reduced flights in and out of Korea due to severely decreased traffic in the wake of the 1997 financial crisis that are increasing service to Seoul due to a pick up in demand. Northwest announced Monday that it will increase its passenger flight service on routes between Kimpo and Tokyo's Narita Airport from the current seven flights a week to nine beginning from Oct. 31. Northwest said the flight increase will see daily flights from Seoul to Tokyo on weekdays and two on weekends.,louboutin
Similarly,christian louboutin uk, Japan's All Nippon Air has decided to add four flights to the 10 it currently flies between Seoul and Osaka beginning September 25. Singapore Airlines will also increase the number of Korean stopovers for its San Francisco-bound flights from five to seven weekly. Philippine Airlines and Malaysian Airlines have both already increased service in and out of Kimpo. Air Canada plans to increase its three flights between Seoul and Vancouver to five weekly in November.
Other foreign airlines that had cancelled all flights to Seoul have also been showing signs of resuming service. Continental Airlines plans to launch two flights a week between Seoul and Guam beginning October 3. British Air and Swissair both plan to resume flying into Seoul beginning next April.