Seamless to Seattle: Delta’s nonstop from Seoul
Delta flies daily between Seoul Incheon International Airport (ICN) and its Seattle Tacoma International Airport hub, one of three nonstop routes the airline operates from Seoul to the U.S.
Customers flying to Seattle from cities across Asia benefit from shorter minimum connecting times, seamless transfers and one of the world’s best airport experiences at ICN’s state-of-the-art Terminal 2.
And there’s no compromise when it comes to comfort on board Delta’s Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. Customers benefit from a host of services and amenities to make time fly by. Highlights include:
· Great timing
Delta’s flights from ICN are timed to offer a fully day’s work in Seoul, with an evening departure at 19:20.
An afternoon arrival into Seattle at 13:40 offers easy connections to destinations across Delta’s network, including Los Angeles, San Francisco and Las Vegas.
· Long-haul luxury
Delta One® customers enjoy fully flat-bed seats, each with individual aisle access. Westin Heavenly® In-Flight Bedding ensures a restful sleep and TUMI amenity kits, filled with travel essentials by Kiehl’s Since 1851, give them everything they need to arrive refreshed. Delta’s amenity kits can even be monogrammed free of charge at TUMI stores worldwide.
· Fewer middle seats
Delta offers the fewest number of middle seats of any airline on flights between Seoul and Seattle.
The 2 x 3 x 2 configuration in Delta Comfort+® and Main Cabin ensures the majority of customers are seated by a window or the aisle.
For customers wanting more space and extra perks, Delta Comfort+ offers up to four inches additional legroom, more recline and dedicated overhead storage. They also benefit from SkyPrority Boarding, so they can be amongst the first to board the aircraft.
· Sky-high dining
Customers flying to Seattle (and on all Delta flights from Korea) enjoy delicious Korean cuisine in every class of service.
On flights from Korea, seasonally-inspired menus feature creations by celebrated chef Woo-Joong Kwon, while regionally inspired dishes created by Delta’s in-house culinary team are served exit the U.S. Meals are accompanied by complimentary drinks, including wines, Korean beers and local beverages, and Starbucks coffee. Delta One customers enjoy a selection of wines curated by Master Sommelier, Andrea Robinson.
· Entertainment for all
Delta has the largest fleet of aircraft offering individual seat-back screens with Delta Studio® entertainment featuring more than 3,000 hours of films, TV shows, music and games for every customer.
Content, including Korean movies and Hollywood releases with subtitles, can even be streamed directly to a laptop, mobile or tablet, using Delta’s on board Wi-Fi enabled streaming service. Customers simply need to download the free Gogo Entertainment app before they fly.
· Stay in touch
Delta offers free mobile messaging network-wide via iMessage, Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, keeping customers in touch throughout their flight.
Messaging is available on Gogo-enabled Delta flights, including all aircraft with two or more cabins, accessed through Delta's Wi-Fi portal page, airborne.gogoinflight.com.
Meanwhile, Delta has one of the largest Wi-Fi connected fleets, with 2Ku satellite technology installed on international flights to give customers the speed they need to work - or surf - all the way to the U.S.A.