Introduction to Korean Air
Established in 1962, Korean Air is the largest airline and flag carrier of South Korea. From its base at Seoul Incheon International Airport, Korean Air provides an extensive network of domestic and international services. The carrier's cargo division, Korean Air Cargo, is the third largest cargo airline in the world. Korean Air is a founding partner airline of the SkyTeam alliance.
Domestic schedule moves toward normalcy as South Korea recovers from COVID-19 pandemic.
- Jin Air cleared to open new routes
- Korean Air contends with COVID-19, cuts international flights
- Korean Air to open seasonal Budapest route
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- Korean Air tentatively schedules Budapest service from late-March 2021
- Korean Air schedules one-time Milan flight in early-June 2020