Update: Korean Air cancels additional flights amid strike

21 Dec 2016 by Craig Bright
Korean Air Boeing 737-800

Korean Air has extended its cancellation of flights on certain international and domestic routes due to the ongoing Pilots Union strike. The extension follows the cancellation earlier this week of 12 international routes to Japan, Hong Kong and the Middle East from December 22 to 26.

A number of the routes to Japan and the Middle East previously affected will now also have flights cancelled from December 27 to 31.

The current schedule of affected international flights is as follows:

Korean Air cancelled flights update

Korean Air will be contacting affected customers via SMS text message. Flights cancelled or delayed due to strike action can be changed at no additional cost or refunded without penalty, the airline has stated.

A number of domestic routes have also been cancelled during the December 27-31 period. Routes affected include: between Gimpo and Jeju, Busan, Ulsan and Yeosu; and between Busan and Jeju.

All other flights will operate normally during these dates.

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