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Korean Air to restore long-haul network destinations in July

Korean Air will ramp up its operations by gradually resuming suspended routes.

 

Seoul, South Korea – Korean Air will gradually resume its long-haul flight operations from July on the recovery of international travel demand. The routes to be resumed are Incheon-Las Vegas, Incheon-Milan, and Incheon-Vienna.

The airline’s Las Vegas flights will resume on July 10. The flights will operate three times a week on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, departing Incheon at 2:10 PM and arriving in Las Vegas at 10:10 AM. The returning flight departs from Las Vegas at 12:10 PM and arrives at Incheon at 5:40 PM the following day. The airline’s Airbus A330-200 fleet will service this route.

Flights to Milan, the fashion capital of the world, will recommence July 1. The Incheon-Milan service will operate three times a week on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. The flight departs at 1:40 PM from Incheon and arrives in Milan at 7:55 PM. The return flight departs Milan at 10:00 PM to arrive in Incheon at 4:15 PM the next day.

Three weekly flights to the capital of music – Vienna, Austria – will resume on July 1, operating on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. The flight departs from Incheon at 11:00 AM and arrives in Vienna at 5:10 PM. The returning flight leaves Vienna at 6:40 PM and arrives in Incheon at 12:50 PM the next day.

In restoring its global network to meet post-pandemic international travel demand, Korean Air will ramp up its operations by gradually resuming suspended routes.

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