Korean Air is expanding its route network into China with four new services to second-tier cities, buoyed by increasing demand. The South Korean flag carrier will introduce flights from Incheon to Hefei and Nanning, from tourist centre Jeju to Guiyang, and from Daegu to Shenyang. First flights will begin in late March, with the last new schedule slated for mid-June, using Boeing 737-800 aircraft. According to China’s National Tourism Administration (CNTA), some 5.2 million Chinese will ...

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