International flights are taking off again — slowly and with restrictions.
Whether you want to sit at an outdoor cafe in a colonial city that provides a unique mix of European, Mexican and Chinese cultures, take a hike to terraced rice fields made 2,000 years ago, or perhaps go on a boat ride to world’s longest...
Near the Bosingak Belfry in Jongno District, central Seoul, on Sunday, tourism industry workers stage a rally to express their frustration against longer-than-expected travel restrictions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
At Incheon Terminal 2, my flight is the only one leaving for the next ten hours. It is deliciously deserted. I have to extricate my IPad at security, remove my jacket, whip off my belt. But after we’ve all been x-rayed, there’s no hurry to get...
The number of foreign tourists who visited Korea last year is expected to have fallen below the 1 million mark due to the prolonged Covid-19 pandemic.
International flights are being cancelled around the world as border regulations tighten due to the rapidly spreading Omicron variant. Some flights that are suspended include those traveling to Shenyang, China.
Incheon International Airport Corporation (IIAC) is making a major investment in an Indonesian airport as it seeks to diversify revenue.
Korea extended its 10-day mandatory quarantine rule for all overseas arrivals through Jan. 6.
Airlines are reducing more international flights as Covid-19 cases surge.
Asiana Airlines received the Best Airline for Onboard Service and Best Airline for Flight Attendants awards from Global Traveler, the airline said Wednesday.