Korean Air is to resume services to St. Petersburg, Russia, from March 30, 2010.
The flights depart thrice weekly between Incheon International Airport and St Petersburg’s Pulkovo Airport.
The airline temporarily halted the service between the two cities last October at the start of the low season.
Unusually for a major Asian carrier, Korean Air operates a number of services to destinations in the former Soviet Union. It currently flies three times a week to Moscow and five times a week to Vladivostok in the Russian Federation, as well as Tashkent in Uzbekistan five times weekly.
Hongkong-based Cathay Pacific has announced that it plans to start a service to Moscow. See our story here.