South Korea’s Korean Air announced it will launch four new routes starting this fall to cities in China and the Philippines, and increase its current flights to Delhi and Beijing.

After successful talks between the governments of South Korea and China earlier this year, Korean Air will begin flights from Seoul-Incheon to Nanjing, Zhangjiajie, and Hangzhou.

For the Philippines, Korean Air will add its third destination in the country with the addition of Clark in Pampanga – just north of Manila. The new route is expected to begin in the end of October. 

With its current flights to Delhi and Beijing, Korean Air will increase seat capacity for the two popular routes. The Incheon-Delhi flights will get two additional frequencies from its current x5 weekly to daily schedule starting September 1. Flights from Incheon to Beijing will be increased from x14 weekly to x18 starting at the end of October.


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