Korean Air Lines will increase number of flights to ChinaKorean Air Lines, the nation’s largest air carrier, said yesterday that it will expand its flights to China.
KAL said that its flights connecting Incheon and Beijing will be operated twice a day starting Tuesday. Currently, it KAL flies the route 11 times a week.
In addition, the air carrier said that the Incheon-Guangzhou flight will operate daily after three more flights are added starting Wednesday.
The company will also run a daily flight to Yanji, which is a popular route for seeing Mountain Baekdu, starting next Tuesday, and flights to Shenzhen will also fly seven times a week starting Aug. 1. KAL will fly five times a week to Mudanjiang starting tomorrow, and five times a week to Wuhan starting July 26.
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