Korean Air Strengthens Network In Asia

Besides increasing frequencies to specific routes, the airline has also announced the resumption of a few routes.

To cater to the rise in demand, Korean Air has announced resumption and increased frequencies of flights on specific routes to China, Japan and Mongolia.

Routes Resumption:

From July 1, 2024, Korean Air will begin operating daily services on two routes – Busan-Shanghai Pudong and Jeju-Beijing. Then, starting August 19, 2024, the airline’s Seoul Incheon-Hefei route will go live and run five times weekly. Korean Air will also reestablish the link between Busan and Beijing on September 16, 2024. On this route, Korea’s flag carrier will fly six times per week. The Seoul Incheon-Kunming connection will also go live on October 14, 2024, on which the airline will operate four weekly flights. Lastly, the Jeju-Tokyo Narita route. Korean Air will fly three weekly flights on this route between July 19 and October 25, 2024.

Also Read: New Korean Air Flight To Macau Announced

Increased Frequencies:

From its base in Seoul Incheon, Korean Air will offer more weekly flights to Yanji, Dalian, Tianjin, Ulaanbaatar, Okayama and Kagoshima. To Yanji, it has increased the count from four weekly to daily flights from June 1, 2024. To Dalian, the frequency will get a bump from seven to eleven weekly flights between July 1 and September 15, 2024. Tianjin passengers will get two daily Korean Air flight options, up from once daily, between August 5 and October 20, 2024. To the Mongolian town of Ulaanbaatar, the airline has increased the weekly flight count from six to eight until September 30, 2024. And to the two Japanese destinations, Okayama and Kagoshima, the carrier will offer five weekly flights instead of three from August 3, 2024, and September 2, 2024, respectively.

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