Korean Air adds Xian and Mudanjiang to its network

6 May 2009

Korean Air has announced two new routes, Xian and Mudanjiang from Seoul’s Incheon International Airport. This brings the airline’s China network to 30 routes in total.

The Korean national carrier will serve Xian five times a week starting May 27, while the Seoul-Mudanjiang flights will begin on June 2 three times weekly (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays). The Boeing B737-800 aircraft seating 149 passengers will be used on both routes.

With the launch of these routes, it means that travellers flying in from the Americas and Europe can use Incheon as a transit point. Passengers will be able to check in their baggage through to their final destination.

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Joshua Tan

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