Korean Air, the largest airline from South Korea that flies to 123 destinations and connects 43 countries, will connect the South Korean capital Seoul and Zagreb three times a week from September this year, until the end of summer and winter flights.The Seoul – Zagreb route will be direct until the end of the summer flight schedule, and from the winter flight schedule the route will return via Zurich (Seoul-Zagreb-Zurich-Seoul). Korean Air will fly to Zagreb in September and October on an Airbus A330-200 aircraft on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, departing from Seoul (ICN) at 11:05, arriving in Zagreb at 15:45. Return from Zagreb will be at 17:00 and arrival in Seoul the next day at 10:30.From the winter flight schedule, Korean Air will fly a Boeing 787-9 – Dreamliner aircraft with a capacity of 269 seats. The line will fly on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with departure from Seoul at 11:25, arrival in Zagreb at 14:55, from Zagreb the plane will go to Zurich at 17:00, it will arrive in Zurich at 18:40 from where it will leave at 20: 55 to go to Seoul where he arrives at 15:35. This is the third year-round flight from Zagreb to Asia, namely, Emirates flies once a day to Dubai and Qatar Airways twice a day to Doha.The mentioned line Seoul – Zagreb comes at the time of the tourist “boom” of Zagreb and a significant increase in the number of tourists from South Korea – almost half a million of them visited Croatia last year. In addition, another new line in Zagreb will contribute to an additional increase in Franjo Tuđman Airport traffic, which has been continuously recorded since the opening of the new passenger terminal. Thus, Zagreb Airport recently welcomed this year’s millionth passenger, 13 days earlier than ever in history, and from the beginning of the year until today, a cumulative increase in the number of passengers of 11% has been recorded.