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South Korean airlines temporarily cancel flights to Taiwan—media

/ 04:17 PM August 04, 2022
South Korean airlines temporarily cancels flights to Taiwan—media

 The logo of Korean Airlines is seen on a B787-9 plane at its aviation shed in Incheon, South Korea, February 27, 2017. REUTERS FILE PHOTO

SEOUL — South Korea’s Korean Air Lines and Asiana Airlines are canceling flights to Taiwan for one or two days because of Chinese military exercises in the area, local media reported on Thursday.

Korean Air canceled flights between Incheon and Taiwan on Friday and Saturday, while Asiana Airlines canceled Friday’s direct flight to Taiwan and will monitor the situation, news agency News1 and other local media reported.


Spokespeople for Korean Air and Asiana could not be immediately reached.

China launched unprecedented live-fire military drills in six areas that ring Taiwan on Thursday, a day after a visit by U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi to the self-ruled island that Beijing regards as its sovereign territory.



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