Amid the recovery of international travel demand, Korean Air plans to resume flights to several popular long-haul destinations.
The South Korean flag carrier has acknowledged services to Milan/Malpensa and Vienna are slated to return from July 1, followed by Las Vegas on July 10 – the trio will be served from Seoul/Incheon, all on a thrice-weekly basis on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
On the connection to the Italian city, the Korean Air flight departs its Incheon base at 1340hrs, before arriving into Milan at 1955hrs local time, while the return leg departs 2hrs 5mins later, before arriving home the next day at 1615hrs local.
Meanwhile, with a take-off from Seoul at 1100hrs, the airline touches down into Vienna at 1710hrs local time, before departing the Austrian capital at 1840hrs, landing into Incheon at 1250hrs the following day.
Finally, the transpacific sortie to Las Vegas departs the South Korean city at 1410hrs, before reaching Nevada at 1010hrs local in the morning, with take-off from the desert metropolis’ Harry Reid International gateway (formerly known as McCarran) exactly two hours later, landing back in Asia at 1740hrs the next day.
According to Korean Air, it will “gradually” ramp up operations by resuming previously suspended routes.
In other news, the flag carrier earmarks to boost frequency between Incheon and London/Heathrow, with five-weekly passenger rotations served as of June 27.