Korean Air recently announced plans to resume some long-haul flights next month.
Accordingly, starting from July 1, Korean Air will begin to resume flights from Seoul to Milan and Vienna. These two routes are expected to operate three times a week, on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
In addition, Korean Air will continue to reopen flights from Seoul to Las Vegas on July 10, with a frequency of three flights per week, on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Korean Air also added that it will increase the existing Incheon-Heathrow route to 5 flights per week, starting from the end of this month.
Sharing this information, a representative of Korean Air said: “Ramp up its operations by gradually resuming suspended routes”.
Currently, Korea has also removed the restrictions on operating hours as well as the number of flights at Incheon International Airport (Seoul). Accordingly, these changes come after South Korea began easing travel restrictions. It is known that unvaccinated travelers do not need to be quarantined upon arrival in the country.