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Korea reopens International Flights to Japan and Taiwan



Korea reopens international flights to Japan and Taiwan. Flights from Seoul's Gimpo International Airport to Japan's Osaka city and Taiwan's Taipei city will resume later this week, after being suspended for 2 years and 7 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Korea reopens international flights to Japan and Taiwan. Flights from Seoul's Gimpo International Airport to Japan's Osaka city and Taiwan's Taipei city will resume later this week, after being suspended for 2 years and 7 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Airport operator Korea Airports Corp.  (KAC) on October 29 said that international flights between Gimpo Airport and Kansai Airport (in Osaka) and between Gimpo Airport and Songshan Airport (Taipei) will restart from October 30.

Korea reopens International Flights to Japan and Taiwanph: Gimpo Airport

Connecting flights to Japan and Taiwan are important to South Korea which accounted for about 44% of the country's total international passengers before the COVID-19 pandemic and the resumption of these routes will become a catalyst for the normalization of international flights for airports across the country.

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According to the schedule, there will be 4 connecting international flights between Gimpo and Kansai airports per day, equivalent to 28 flights per week.  Meanwhile, the route between Gimpo and Songshan will be operated 6 times a week and gradually increase the number by the end of this year.

Korea reopens International Flights to Japan and Taiwan

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