Korean Air will ramp up its services to European destinations with the resumption of flights to Prague and Zurich by the end of March, followed by Istanbul and Madrid during the next month.

From March 27, Korean Air will resume services between Seoul-Incheon and Prague before resuming flights on the Incheon-Zurich route the following day (March 28).

In the following month, the airline will resume services between Incheon and Istanbul on April 24 before resuming its Incheon-Madrid route the following day (April 25).

Korean Air will operate flights with a thrice-weekly schedule on each of the four routes which were previously suspended for almost three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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