Korean Air expands Chinese network

Korean Air will operate all four routes using its Boeing 737 aircraft
Korean Air will operate all four routes using its Boeing 737 aircraft

Korean Air is expanding its network in China with the launch of four new routes in the first half of 2015.

This growth will start on 30 March 2015, with the launch of a new service connecting Seoul‘s Incheon International Airport with Hefei, the capital of eastern China’s Anhui province. Flights will operate five times a week, every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

Then on 11 May, Korean will add two new Chinese routes: Incheon-Nanning and JejuGuiyang. Flights to Nanning, the capital of southern China’s Guangxi region, will operate four times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) while the route from the Korean island of Jeju to Guiyang, the capital of China’s Guizhou province, will run every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Finally in June 2015, Korean Air will launch a new route between South Korea’s fourth largest city, Daegu, and Shenyang, the capital of northeast China’s Liaoning province. Flights will run every Monday, Thursday and Saturday.

Korean Air will deploy its Boeing 737-800 aircraft on all four new Chinese routes.

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