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Korean Air to resume flights between Seoul and Delhi

Prior to arriving in South Korea, international visitors must enter their vaccination records into Q-CODE and scan the QR code provided at immigration.

Credits: Photo by Miguel Ángel Sanz Uns

Korean Air, South Korea's largest airline and flag carrier, has announced that it will resume regular flights from India on May 5. After a two-year halt owing to the Covid-19 situation, the airline is resuming service to and from India. According to the airline's announcement, it will run twice-weekly services on the Seoul-New Delhi route. The current schedule is valid till June 30, 2022.

Visitors with a business visa are currently permitted to enter South Korea. Beginning in July 2022, the South Korean government is considering opening the country to foreign tourists. Visitors from other countries who have completed their COVID-19 vaccines will not be required to enter Korea's mandatory quarantine. Exemptions will be broadened to include abroad immunizations that have not filed for vaccination status in Korea, according to the Ministry of Interior and Safety.

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