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Korean Air to Resume Long Haul Flying From Seoul Incheon to Las Vegas, Milan and Vienna From July

Updated: Dec 28, 2022

This July, Korean Air will gradually resume long-haul operations from Seoul Incheon to Las Vegas, Milan and Vienna, as demand for international travel recovers. Milan and Vienna service will restart on July 1st, with Las Vegas fights resuming on July 10th.

Korean Air Airbus A330-300 - Courtesy Airbus

On Thursday (June 9, 2022), Korean Air announced that they will gradually resume international long-haul operations in July as travel demand recovers. From July 1st, the carrier will restart service to Vienna and Milan-Malpensa with three weekly flights Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, while three weekly flights to Las Vegas will restart on the same days from July 10, 2022.

Korean Air Resumes Service to Vienna, Milan and Las Vegas - Courtesy Korean Air

Flights to Milan will depart Seoul at 13:40, arriving in Milan at 19:55, while the return flight departs Milan at 22:00 and lands in Seoul at 16:15 the next day. Vienna flights will depart Seoul at 11:00, arriving in Vienna at 17:10, while the return flights will depart Vienna at 18:40 and arrive in Seoul at 12:50 the next day. Korean Air’s service to Las Vegas will depart Seoul at 14:10 and arrive in Las Vegas at 10:10, while the return flights will depart Las Vegas at 14:10, arriving at Seoul Incheon at 17:40 the following day. The Las Vegas route will be serviced with an Airbus A330-200.

Source: Korean Air


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