Portugal’s flag carrier TAP resumed some of its international operations with a flight to London as lockdown measures imposed to combat the spread of the coronavirus are slowly being lifted in the country. TAP had revealed flights from Lisbon to London and Paris would take place twice a week until the end of May.
Korean Air is planning on resuming several international routes next month. The carrier is planning on resuming flights to 19 international routes on June 1, including routes to Washington, D.C., Seattle, Vancouver, Toronto, Frankfurt, Singapore, Beijing and Kuala Lumpur. The airline currently offers 55 flights a week on 13 international routes; before the COVID-19 crisis, the numbers were 900 flights on 110 long-haul routes. Starting in June, 146 flights on 32 international routes will be available.
From: In & Out Travel