Asiana Airlines’ daily service to San Francisco will finally be suspended for more than one month.
South Korea’s Supreme Court upheld an earlier government decision to punish the airline over the San Francisco plane clash of 2013.
Pilot error was the main cause of the deadly crash and South Korea’s transport ministry imposed a 45-day suspension on the route.
The airline challenged that but it has now been upheld by the court.
The temporary suspension will be implemented before the end of February, the ministry said.
Asiana says the suspension will cost it about $9.3 million in lost revenue.
Asiana flight 214 crashed onn landing at San Francisco in 2013 when it struck a seawall near the runway.
Three people were killed and more than 180 were injured.