The resumption of regular scheduled connections continues at Václav Havel Airport Prague.
Korean Air will fly again between Prague and Seoul from 21 August 2020.
The carrier will fly to South Korea once a week, arriving on Friday and departing from Prague on Saturday. The route will be operated by Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, which has a capacity for a total of 269 passengers (24 Business Class and 245 Economy Class seats).
Prague will thus join the list of five selected European destinations with the Korean Air scheduled service this summer.
Currently, Prague Airport has confirmed resumed operations from 32 airlines offering direct connections from Prague to nearly 80 destinations, either already available to passengers or scheduled to re-launch in the coming weeks.
More information about the flight schedule and tickets can be found on the carrier’s website.
Prague Airport publishes a complete and regularly updated list of resumed direct scheduled connections from Prague on a special sub-site of the Prague Airport’s website
As of Thursday morning, South Korea added 18 cases, raising the total caseload to 14,269, according to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC).
The tally marked a sharp decline from 48 new virus cases reported Wednesday and 28 cases Tuesday.
The number of patients fully cured of the virus reached 13,132. South Korea has carried out 1,556,215 tests since January 3.
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