Korean Air has announced plans to resume several long-haul routes next month, “to meet post-pandemic international travel demand”.
On July 1 the carrier will resume flights from Seoul Incheon to both Milan and Vienna, with both routes initially operating thrice-weekly on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
This will be followed by a three-times-weekly service from Seoul Incheon to Las Vegas will commence on July 10, again operating on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
The schedules for these routes can be seen in the table below.
In addition Korean Air says it will increase its existing Incheon-Heathrow service to five flights per week later this month.
The airline currently offers a thrice-weekly service on the route, but will move to four flights per week from June 12, and then five flights per week (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday) from June 27.
The carrier said it would continue to “ramp up its operations by gradually resuming suspended routes”.
The move follows the easing of travel restrictions in South Korea, with straitstimes.com reporting that unvaccinated visitors no longer need undergo quarantine on arrival, adding that restrictions on hours of operation and flight numbers at Incheon International airport have also been lifted.
Malpensa International Airport
|Incheon → Milan 1340 1955
Milan → Incheon 2200 1615+1
|Incheon → Vienna 1100 1710
Vienna → Incheon 1840 1250+1
Harry Reid International Airport
|10/7||Incheon → Las Vegas 1410 1010
Las Vegas → Incheon 1210 1740+1