Korean Air will increase frequencies of its routes to China from later this month.
Starting July 8, the carrier will upgrade its weekly schedule between Seoul Incheon and Beijing from 11 flights to 14.
The additional flights will depart from the South Korean capital at 2355 on every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and arrive in China at 0105 the following day. Meanwhile, the return flights will take off from the Chinese capital at 0230 and arrive back in Seoul at 0535.
In addition, Korean Air will also boost its Seoul Incheon–Guangzhou service from four to seven times a week.
The newly launched flights will depart from Seoul at 2135 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays before arriving in Guangzhou at 0005 the next day. The return flight will take off at 0115 and arrive back in South Korea at 0540.
Frequency of the Seoul Incheon–Yanji route will be increased to seven times a week starting July 8, while the Seoul Incehon-Wuhan (July 26) and Seoul Incheon–Mudanjiang (July 5) services will become five times a week.
Finally, Korean Air will fly once daily between Seoul Incheon–Shenzhen from August 1, after adding three more flights.
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