Korea’s first travel bubble-flight takes off on Saturday, with Asiana Airlines 623 leaving Incheon at 9:00 a.m. and arriving at Saipan at 2:30 p.m.
A T’way Air flight attendant handing duty-free purchases to a passenger on a flight to nowhere, that takes off and lands back where it started without an intermediate stop, between Daegu and Fukuoka, Japan.
Airlines continue to roll out unusual services as part of their efforts to overcome the impacts of Covid-19.
T'way will be the first international carrier to return to Wuhan when it starts its once-a-week service Wednesday to the central Chinese city.
T’way Air will start flying international routes later this month. The budget airline announced on Thursday that it is reopening its Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and Hong Kong services on July 22, flying routes twice a week.
After the coronavirus outbreak all but shut down international travel, some of Korea's budget airlines are beginning to reopen overseas routes, with Air Busan announcing Thursday it will end a four-month freeze on those flights in July.