Korean Air has updated its planned flight schedules between now and the end of May, with the majority of international services remaining suspended.
Most international routes and over half of Korean Air’s domestic services are suspended this month, but looking forward into May the situation starts to improve.
The airline plans to operate nearly all domestic routes in May (albeit with reduced frequencies), except for flights from Seoul Incheon to Busan and Daegu.
The majority of international routes remain suspended through to the end of May, but key exceptions include twice weekly services from Seoul Incheon to both London and Paris, daily flights to New York and LA, three flights per week to both Chicago and San Francisco, four flights per week to Atlanta, daily services to Bangkok, Manila and Tokyo, and twice weekly flights to Phnom Penh.
Within China the carrier plans to operate selected services to cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenyang and Qingdao.
Meanwhile, Korean Air is offering a 10 per cent discount on future bookings, for customers who exchange their tickets for credit vouchers. The offer is valid for tickets that were issued on or before April 1.