Korean Air will resume its routes to Rome and Barcelona from September after being suspended in March 2020 due to the pandemic.
The airline has been restoring its Europe network and has also resumed its Milan and Vienna routes earlier this month.
Flights to Rome will resume on September 1, and will operate three times a week on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, departing from Incheon at 1:00 pm and arriving in Rome at 7:30 pm.
The returning flights depart from Rome at 9:25 pm and arrive in Incheon at 3:40 pm on the following day.
Three weekly flights to Barcelona, Spain’s north-eastern city known for its art and architecture, will resume on September 2, and will operate on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
The flights depart from Incheon at 11:40 am and arrive in Barcelona at 7:00 pm, and the return flights leave Barcelona at 9:00 pm and arrive in Incheon at 4:05 pm the next day.
“We are excited to welcome passengers back to Rome and Barcelona after two and a half years,” said Mr. Jumin Kim, General Manager and Director of Western Europe Regional Office of Korean Air.
“The European market is recovering faster than expected, and we are seeing a strong comeback in travel demand.
“We have recently resumed our Milan and Vienna routes and increased capacity on other routes.
“We will continue to closely monitor market trends and reinstate our remaining network accordingly as we work towards full recovery.”
Leonardo Da Vinci Airport
|Tue, Thu, Sat
|Seoul Incheon → Rome 1300 1930
Rome → Seoul Incheon 2125 1540+1
El Prat Airport
|Mon, Wed, Fri
|Seoul Incheon → Barcelona 1140 1900
Barcelona → Seoul Incheon 2100 1605+1