Korean Air has announced plans to resume four European routes this spring, all of which are restarting following a three-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Flights from Seoul Incheon to Prague will launch on March 27, with a thrice-weekly service (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) departing Incheon at 1245 and arriving into the Czech capital at 1655, before returning at 1850 and landing back into Incheon at 1150 the following day.
The carrier’s route to Zurich will resume on March 28, again operating thrice-weekly (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday), with flights departing Incheon at 1220 and arriving into Zurich at 1730, before returning at 1930 and landing back into Incheon at 1335 the following day.
Next up will be Korean Air’s route to Istanbul on April 24, with a thrice-weekly service (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) departing Incheon at 1340 and arriving into the Turkish hub at 1940, before returning at 2120 and landing back into Incheon at 1325 the following day.
Finally the carrier’s flights to Madrid will resume on April 25, with a thrice-weekly service (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) departing Incheon at 1135 and arriving into the Spanish capital at 1800, before returning at 2000 and landing back into Incheon at 1555 the following day.
The four destinations will join Korean Air’s existing European routes to Amsterdam, Budapest, Frankfurt, London, Milan, Paris, Rome, Tel Aviv and Vienna.