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 world’s fashion capital, will recommence on 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.
About Korean Air
Korean Air, established in 1969, is one of the world’s top 20 airlines and carried more than 27 million passengers in 2019, pre-COVID. The airline serves 120 cities in 43 countries on five continents; it has a modern fleet of 154 aircraft and employs over 20,000 professional employees. Its global hub is at Incheon International Airport (ICN) and its core businesses are passenger, cargo, aerospace, and aviation maintenance and repair.
Korean Air is a founding member of the SkyTeam airline alliance – 19 member airlines working together across an extensive global network to welcome 676 million customers each year on more than 15,445 daily flights to 1,036 destinations in 170 countries (pre-COVID.)
Korean Air’s joint venture with Delta Air Lines has produced significant expediency and access to hundreds of destinations in the Americas on Delta and 80 points in Asia on Korean Air. Korean Air and Delta co-locate in Incheon’s beautiful Terminal 2, making connections between Asia and America some of the industry’s quickest.
With more than 50 years of serving the world, Korean Air’s vision is to be a respected leader in the world airline community, dedicated to providing Excellence in Flight. Its commitment to airline safety, cleanliness and comfort is renowned.