From 27 March 2023, Prague Airport will once again offer a direct connection with Asia, provided by Korean Air. This regular service was last in operation in March 2020. Initially, the route will be operated three times a week, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, with the option of increasing the frequency to four weekly flights during the summer season based on demand. The route will be operated with the 777-300ER.
“This is an important milestone not only on the way to resuming operations and returning to the 2019 figures, but also in terms of building a network of direct routes to Asia,” said Jiří Pos, Chairman of the Prague Airport Board of Directors. “Korea is one of the markets with the highest demand within the Asian region.”
Park Jeong Soo, Managing Vice President and Head of Passenger Network, commented: “At the centre of the airline’s central european network, Prague is a flagship destination that boasts centuries of rich history and cultural heritage. The service resumption will give us an opportunity to pick up where we left off in fostering active exchanges between the two countries.”
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