In its continued efforts to reduce flights due to weak demand amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Korean Air announced further cuts to its international network leaving 21 cities with flights operated by the airline.
Following suspensions of flights to various destinations, the Seoul-based airline will continue to operate flights to select cities in North America, Europe, and Asia.
Among the destinations the airline will serve include:
Honolulu, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Washington, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Toronto
Bangkok, Manila, Cebu, Clark, Phnom Penh, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenyang, Guangzhou, Tokyo-Narita
Domestic Flight within South Korea
The airline will also maintain a reduced flight schedule within South Korea maintaining select domestic flights operating out of Seoul-Gimpo, Seoul-Incheon, Busan, and Gwangju, and Cheongju.
Among the routes that will see the most flights will be the Gimpo-Jeju – considered the world's busiest airline route - with 10 flights per day until March 28 before being increased to 13 a day.
Flights from Gimpo-Busan will be served with 4 flights a day until March 28. On March 29 and beyond, the route will see an increase to 8 flights per day.