Korean Air will be making some route changes this winter as travelers will see an increase on flights to the United States and a new service to Vietnam.

With the release of its 2018 winter season, Korean Air announced it will start a new daily flight between Busan, South Korea and Danang, Vietnam. Along with the new flights to Danang, the airline will increase the number of weekly flights from Seoul to Istanbul to Nha Trang. There will also be an increase of flights from Seoul to Hong Kong from 28 to 35 weekly flights.

Beyond Asia, the US destinations that will see more flights during the winter will be Seattle and Las Vegas, up from 5 to 6 flights weekly. One of the major changes for its European network will be with its recently introduced Seoul-Zagreb service, which Zagreb will be a stop in between Seoul and Zurich.

During the winter, Korean Air will suspend selected flights from Seoul to St. Petersburg, Irkutsk, Nanning, and Busan to Guam and Hong Kong.


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