Tue, 29 November 2016

Korean Air to Launch New Routes, Suspend Others

Korean Air has confirmed that commencing April 2017, it will introduce direct flights from Incheon to Barcelona, Spain.

 The new direct flight will operate three times a week from Incheon.

Korean Air is also increasing the frequency of flights between Incheon and San Francisco from seven to fourteen flights weekly. The increase in frequency will be introduced on a gradual basis; from late April to June flights will be increased to twelve weekly, from June to August flights will be increased to thirteen weekly and from September flights will be increased to fourteen weekly.

In addition, Korean Air will increase the frequency of flights between Incheon and Seattle from five to seven flights weekly from May 2017.

 The current two daily flights between Incheon and Los Angeles will also be increased to three daily flights during the summer high season from June to August.

Korean Air has also decided to suspend two routes. From early February 2017, the airline will suspend flights between Incheon and Siem Reap, Cambodia, and from late February will end flights between Incheon and Jeddah, Saudia Arabia (via Riyadh).

In March of this year, Korean Air was granted permission to operate flights between Incheon and Tehran, Iran. The airline has said that it will decide when to launch such flights following the completion of a market conditions and financial trade environment study.

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