Korean Air extends China network

Korean Air has announced it will add two non-stop services to China from Incheon International Airport in Seoul, beginning 27 May. This will bring Korean Air’s services between Incheon International Airport, Seoul, and Xi’an, a western city in China to five flights per week using a Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Another new destination being added is […]


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Korean Air has announced it will add two non-stop services to China from Incheon International Airport in Seoul, beginning 27 May. This will bring Korean Air’s services between Incheon International Airport, Seoul, and Xi’an, a western city in China to five flights per week using a Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Another new destination being added is Mudanjiang, a northeastern city in China, which the carrier will fly three times per week 2 June, also using a B737-800. The addition of Xi’an and Mudanjiang to its route network brings Korean’s China network up to 30 routes to China.