Korean Air, the largest airline and flag carrier of South Korea has announced the resumption of its scheduled flight service from India starting May 05.
It is worth noting that the airline is restarting operations to/from India after a two-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 crisis.
According to an announcement made by the airline, it will be operating twice-weekly services on the Seoul-New Delhi route. The detailed schedule of flights will be as follow;
Korean Air Seoul-Delhi Flight Schedule
|Flight No||Route||Departure||Arrival||Days of Ops||Aircraft|
|KE-482||DEL-ICN||19:40||06:00 +1||Mon, Thu||B777|
*The above schedule is valid till 30th June 2022. This schedule may change without prior notice
Who can travel to Seoul?
Currently, visitors with a business visa will be allowed to enter South Korea. The South Korean government is considering opening the country to foreign tourists beginning in July 2022.
Guidelines for travel to
Visitors from other countries who have completed their COVID-19 vaccinations will be exempt from mandatory quarantine in Korea.
Ministry of the Interior and Safety announced the exemptions will be expanded to include overseas vaccinations that have not registered for vaccination status in Korea as well.
Those who have completed their third dose of the COVID-19 vaccination or received two doses (one dosage for Janssen) at least 14 days previously but within 180 days will be eligible for a quarantine exemption. Vaccinated travellers from Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, and Myanmar, on the other hand, must quarantine for seven days.
International travellers must enter their vaccination records into Q-CODE prior to their arrival in Korea and scan the given QR code at immigration.
Q-CODE will require personal information (passport number), entry information (departure country, airline, address in Korea, phone number), and vaccine records.