Korean Air to Expand Northwest Code-Share

Korean Air announced today it will expand its code-share relationship with Northwest, benefiting customers traveling on seven international routes operated by Korean Air and six US routes operated by Northwest, effective December 9. Routes operated by Northwest that are code-shared with Korean Air are Detroit-Chicago, Memphis-Chicago, Minneapolis/St. Paul-Chicago, Las Vegas-Los Angeles, Detroit-Seattle, and Minneapolis/St. Paul-Seattle. Routes operated by Korean Air that are code-shared with Northwest are between Seoul-Seattle, Seoul-Chicago, Seoul-Tokyo, Seoul-Osaka, Tokyo-Los Angeles, Busan-Tokyo, and Busan-Osaka. Visit [www.koreanair.com].

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