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Washington DC to Singapore $556 RT on Korean Air (Departs Sept 11, 12 or Nov 13)

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Skyteam's Korean Air have round trip airfares travelling from Washington DC (IAD) to Singapore (SIN) for $556, making 1 stop in Seoul Korea. The stopover is an overnight, 21 hour layover.

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Departs IAD: Sept 11, 12; Nov 13
Returns: Sept 16, 17, 23; Nov 18, 19, 20, 25, 26

Use the above date and book on Expedia [expedia.com]. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money.

Airline Website [koreanair.com]
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How is Korean Air as an airline?
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How is Korean Air as an airline?
Really good airline
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How is Korean Air as an airline?
think its one of the good if not best airlines
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Holy moly, this is cheaper than domestic and Singapore is literally one of the furthest away destination from US.
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I honestly have not seen Korean Air cheaper than this. Most Koreans living abroad prefering flying Korean Air. It's really great!
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GREAT deal. I'm hoping it'll work SIN-IAD as well...
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Korean air is good airline they won't kick you off at least and very courteous people.
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How is Korean Air as an airline?
Awful pilots. Marginal safety record for a major airline.
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Awful pilots. Marginal safety record for a major airline.
Source?
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Depends on the ranking criteria, both Korean Airline companies tend to finish in the bottom quarter partly due to their abysmal record up til the new millinium, but more importantly their pilots' nonchalant attitude.
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I'm not getting it on either websites. I put in depart 11/13 and return 11/25. The cheapest they show it for $894.
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Depends on the ranking criteria, both Korean Airline companies tend to finish in the bottom quarter partly due to their abysmal record up til the new millinium, but more importantly their pilots' nonchalant attitude.
uh.. i didnt look up the rankings but it SOUNDS like ur saying the rankings continue to take into account how the airline was run since basically more than 20 years ago. what kind of ranking system is that? a lot can happen in 20 years, let alone 5 or so.. if u restrict the metrics to within the past decade, i bet they are among the top. seems like u have an agenda.
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How is Korean Air as an airline?
If you like nut and water. It is the go to airline. Make sure you are in 1st class.
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