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Korean Air increasing select flights to China and Japan


Korean Air has unveiled plans to increase capacity to China and increase the frequency of select routes to Japan.

The airline will resume Busan - Shanghai Pudong and Jeju - Beijing routes with daily flights starting July 1.

The Seoul Incheon - Hefei service will resume with five flights per week from 19 August, the Busan - Beijing service will have six flights per week starting 16 September, and the Seoul Incheon - Kunming service will have four flights per week from October 14.

Korean's Seoul Incheon - Yanji route will increase to daily flights from four flights, the Seoul Incheon - Dalian route will temporarily see an increase by four flights to 11 weekly flights from July 1 to September 15, and the daily Seoul Incheon - Tianjin route will increase to double daily flights from August 5 to October 20.

in Japan, the Jeju - Tokyo Narita route will resume with thrice weekly flights from July 19 to October 25, the Seoul Incheon - Okayama route will increase from three to five flights per week starting August 3 and the Seoul Incheon - Kagoshima route will increase from three to five weekly flights starting September 2.

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