After a hiatus of three-and-a-half years, Korean Air is resuming multiple routes to China and Japan, including Changsha, Wuhan, Weihai, Fukuoka and Nagoya.
The Seoul Incheon-Changsha route will restart operations with flights five times a week from July 19, and the Seoul Incheon-Wuhan and Seoul Incheon-Weihai routes will resume operations from September 24 and September 27, respectively.
From September 27, the airline will also resume its Busan-Fukuoka and Busan-Nagoya routes. Flights will operate twice a day to Fukuoka, and daily to Nagoya from Busan.
Korean Air is also expanding its international flight operations to meet rising international travel demand through flight frequency increases.
In July, the airline increased frequency on the Seoul Incheon-Chicago route from five to seven times per week; the Seoul Incheon-Dallas route from four to five times per week; and the Seoul Incheon-San Francisco route from seven to nine times per week.
In Europe, Korean Air has increased flight frequencies on the Incheon-Frankfurt route from five to seven times per week, and on the Incheon-Milan route from three to four times per week.
Also in July, the Seoul Incheon-Ulaanbaatar route has seen an increase from seven to eight times a week, and will expand to 10 weekly flights for the month of August.
The airline has also increased frequencies from seven to 11 times a week between Seoul Incheon and Sapporo since July, and will increase flights from nine to 11 times a week between Seoul Incheon and Bali by the end of August.
Korean Air will continue to restore its network and capacity, and offer diverse schedules to meet international passenger demand.