Korean Air resumes flights to Saudi Arabia from November
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Korean Air resumes flights to Saudi Arabia from November

Korean Air resumes flights to Saudi Arabia from November

Korean Air has announced its operations to Saudi Arabia are to be resumed after 14 years of service suspension. Starting November 9, 21012, the Skyteam member will launch three weekly Seoul–Riyadh–Jeddah services on board an Airbus A330-200 aircraft. Korean Air launched Saudi Arabia service in 1970s. The airline ended services to Dhahran/Dammam on August 1, 1988 and Jeddah on April 5, 1998. Services to Riyadh were launched on February 1, 1986, but were ended on March 31, 1990.

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