Korean Air has increased flight frequency on its long-haul routes to America and Europe for the summer schedule (until October 27).
A particularly significant change is the increased frequency to North America. The Incheon-Dallas, Texas route has been increased from four times a week to five times a week, now operating on Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat and Sun, while the Incheon-Toronto flight has also increased, from five times a week to daily. The Incheon-Seattle flight will also become a daily operation starting from May 1.
In Europe, the Incheon-Rome service will go daily and the Incheon-Prague flight will increase to four times a week flying on Mon, Wed, Fri and Sat. The Incheon to Madrid service will be operating four days a week on Tue, Thu, Sat and Sun, while flights between Incheon and Istanbul will also be increased to four times a week on Mon, Wed, Fri and Sun.
The airline will resume operating its direct flight to St. Petersburg starting from April 19 and to Irkutsk from April 23. These Russian routes do not operate in the winter season due to low demand.
New aircraft such as B787-9 and B747-8i will be deployed on the main American and European long-haul routes, where the demand is expected to grow during the summer season.