Korean Air plans to increase the number of destinations served in China from the current 20 to 32 by 2010. According to North American Marketing Director John Jackson, KE now regards China as a "second home market." Frequencies to current destinations will rise as well. "By the end of 2007 we'll be operating three daily shuttles to Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong," Jackson said. The increase comes following a June 2006 agreement for a gradual open skies policy between China and South Korea. ...

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