Where Could Korean Air Fly With the CSeries?

 At the 2011 Paris Air Show, Korean Air placed an order for 30 Bombardier CS300 aircraft. The aircraft has a planned range of 2,200nm and could significantly help Korean penetrate its regional markets with an aggressive frequency based operation. Here’s an interesting map depicting to where could Korean Air fly with the CS300s.

 The range has been calculated as 2,000nm with freedom for real-life routing and fuel reserves. The circle depicts the area within the range of the aircraft. Major cities are marked.


Note: Agana refers to Guam.

Maps generated by the Great Circle Mapper - copyright © Karl L. Swartz.

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