Korean Air changes flight schedules for summer

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Korean Air changes flight schedules for summer

The nation’s biggest air carrier, Korean Air, is adjusting flight schedules in preparation for the coming summer season. Flights to the United States, Europe and Southeast Asia will be added.

Flights bound for Dallas from Incheon International Airport will be increased to five times a week, from four times, starting on March 27. Two more flights will be added to the Houston and Seattle routes to fly seven times a week, beginning May 1 and 31, respectively.

Three additional flights to Moscow will begin operation from July.

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