Airlines are resuming some international flights as travel demand inches up with the government’s relaxing of pandemic restrictions.
An Air Seoul employee serves inflight food at Coffee Bean's branch in Gwanghwamun, Seoul, that was redecorated to resemble the inside of a plane on Tuesday.
Local airlines are resuming international flights ahead of the government's plans to announce policies to return life to normal after the pandemic.
Local budget carriers are resuming international flights as the government prepares for a new "With Corona" scheme expected to be introduced at the beginning of November.
Budget carriers desperate to generate revenue are coming up with a range of ideas, from the interesting to the improbable.
Airlines are getting more into merchandising, not so much to make money, they insist, but to make sure people don’t forget about them.
Asiana Airlines on Wednesday cancelled the rest of its no-landing international flights scheduled for this month due to the resurgence of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Korean Air Lines, the country’s largest carrier, will acquire cash-strapped rival Asiana Airlines with the help of the state-run Korea Development Bank (KDB).
Air Seoul is launching for the first time its Gimpo-Busan service on Aug. 21.