Korean Air plans to revise its Italian services from a Seoul-Milan-Rome double-header circuit to direct flights to each city due to increasing traffic on the Asia-Europe sectors and impending competition from regional low-cost carriers. From the end of February, the Korean flag carrier plans to run two separate services—a 3X-weekly Boeing 777-300ER schedule from Seoul Incheon to Rome Fiumicino Airport, and a 3X-weekly Airbus A330-200 flight from Seoul to Milan Malpensa Airport. The ...

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