Korean Air Adds Barcelona to Its Destinations

Set to launch in April 2017, Korean Air’s new direct service will take travelers from Incheon to Spain’s second largest city. Home to attractions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona, the Picasso Museum, and the Miró Foundation, Barcelona is easily one of Spain’s richest and most dynamic cultural centers. The route will be served three times a week, marking the first direct link between the city and northeast Asia.

On top of the new route, the airline will double its weekly Incheon–San Francisco flights, boost its Incheon–Seattle service, and increase the frequency of its daily Incheon–Los Angeles flights come summer. The carrier has also announced its plan to axe two of its current international routes—Incheon–Siem Reap and Incheon-Riyadh-Jeddah—citing low demand and profitability reasons.

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