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Best YUL-ICN Route

Best YUL-ICN Route

  1. vincent120

    Hi all,

    I’m looking for the best business class product for a YUL-ICN route. I’ve seen relatively low fares on AA flying the 787 and I’m also curious to see how it would compare to Finnair’s A350. Singapore also has a decent price point on the A380. Any tips?


  2. David W

    Considering there’s no direct flight, there are plenty of options and I’d probably look to one stop itineraries that involve KE and their Apex seats or Singapore Airlines from LAX on their 77W. American from DFW is a good choice, assuming theyre still using the 77W on that route. Air Canada’s reverse herringbones are fine as well. You can also connect in Europe, preferably on Air France (if it’s the new reverse herringbone seats) and Turkish.

    Going for SQ’s A380 means 3 connections – YUL-JFK-FRA-SIN-ICN. That’s pretty long though if its a good price and you dont mind, sure. Other 2 stop connections with decent products are JAL, China Airlines, EVA, Emirates, Qatar(especially A350), and Etihad (especially A380 & 787)

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