Korean Air, South Korea’s flagship airline, has increased frequency on its routes to China starting from July. The number of flights on Korean Air’s six China routes will be increased to 15 times in total.
From 8 July, the current 11 flights a week between Seoul/Incheon and Beijing will be increased to 14 times a week. The additional flights will depart from Seoul/Incheon at 23:55 on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and arrive Beijing at 01:05 the next day. The return flights will depart from Beijing at 02:30 and arrive Seoul at 05:35.
From 9 July, Korean Air will also increase its flights on the Incheon-Guangzhou route from 4 times a week to 7 times a week. The additional flights will depart from Seoul/Incheon at 21:35 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and arrive Guangzhou at 00:05 the next day. The return flights will depart from Guangzhou at 01:15 and arrive Seoul at 05:40.
The flight on Incheon-Yanji routes will be increased to 7 times a week starting 8 July. And the carrier will increase its frequency to five times a week on Incheon-Wuhan route from 26 July and Incheon- Mudanjiang routes from 5 July.
Commencing 1 August, Korean Air will also operate daily flights on the Incheon-Shenzhen route with 3 additional flights.