Korean Air stopping its flight to Houston – Chron.com
Korean Air will no longer fly to Houston, citing "poor demand."
The airline began flying between Bush Intercontinental Airport and Incheon International Airport in Seoul in 2014. It will stop flying that route on Oct. 13.
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A spokesman said customers who booked the Houston-Seoul flight will be rerouted to other U.S. airports where Korean Air operates.
Andrea Leinfelder is the space reporter for the Houston Chronicle. 
Andrea writes about NASA and the commercial space sector, where her coverage spans human spaceflight, robotic exploration and operations in low-Earth orbit. For six months of the year, she keeps an eye on the Atlantic hurricane season. Andrea graduated from the University of Florida in 2012 and has lived in Houston since 2014. She enjoys traveling, eating her way across Houston and walking her dog Lizzy.


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