Japan Airlines and Korean Air are expanding their codeshare operations between the countries beginning March 26 when the number of routes and services will jump from seven routes and 104 flights per week to nine routes and 266 weekly flights. On a one-way basis, the two airlines will codeshare on an additional 84 weekly flights on the Tokyo Narita-Seoul route, 56 on the Kansai-Seoul route and 28 on the Nagoya Chubu-Seoul route. Separately, JAL will increase its 10-times-weekly Narita-Chicago ...

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