Korean Air to restart international flight operations in June

Korean Air will operate 32 of its 110 international routes throughout the month of June as its international flights will operate at 20% capacity compared to planned operations.

It has added more international passenger flights to its June schedule to prepare for increased travel demand after COVID-19 restrictions per country are relaxed. The airline expects to secure more routes and capacity for cargo transport by reopening some of its international flights.

Routes with expected demand for passengers and cargo have been selected for reopening.

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