IAG Cargo, the cargo division of Worldwide Airways Group, has introduced a return of its direct service from the UK to South Korea.
The route was paused earlier this 12 months because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
South Korea is a excessive development marketplace for UK exports, and is without doubt one of the largest exporters on the planet, with its prime exports being electronics and automotive components.
The London Heathrow–Seoul-Incheon is route can also be vital for the export of pharmaceutical items internationally, which may be moved seamlessly utilizing the Fixed Local weather service.
The service will run year-round, 3 times per week on Boeing 787s and marks one other essential improvement in IAG Cargo’s work to assist key commerce routes for its clients.
Alec Rayner, space industrial supervisor for Japan and Korea, IAG Cargo, stated: “South Korea is a vital a part of our community and we’re delighted to be re-opening London Heathrow-Seoul for our clients.
“Final 12 months the UK-Korea Free Commerce Settlement was signed permitting companies between South Korea and United Kingdom to ensure a continued free circulation of products, supporting the motion of South Korean pharmaceutical, automotive and e-commerce items to succeed in tons of of locations and…