Korean Air Restores Long-haul Network, Lands in Milan (+Photos)

DALLAS – As demand for foreign travel begins to recover, Korean Air (KE) has begun the gradual resumption of its long-haul operations with the reopening of its Milan and Vienna routes on July 1.

The Incheon-Milan service will run on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday each week.

The aircraft leaves Incheon International Airport (ICN), which is the largest airport in South Korea and the primary airport serving the Seoul Capital Area, at 1.40 and lands in Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP), the largest international airport in northern Italy, at 7.55. The return flight takes off from Milan at 10 p.m. and lands in read more ⇒

Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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