Korean Air is launching a direct flight between Budapest and Seoul, Airportal.hu said. Korean Air will operate the service three times a week — Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday — until October 17. Its Airbus A330-200 will land in Budapest at 3.30pm and take off at 6.30pm. Korean Air also operates a freight service between the two cities twice a week. LOT Polish Airlines already operates regular flights between the two cities. With the new service, direct connections operated by the two carriers will be available every day except Monday.