Korean Air has made changes to its 2019 summer schedule, adding two new routes and adjusting other services. Strengthening its joint venture with Delta Air Lines, the South Korean flag carrier will launch a direct flight from Seoul to Boston on April 12, using Boeing 787-9s. The airline will also expand its broad Japanese network with the addition of a flight to the tourist destination of Asahikawa, in the center of Hokkaido. Korean will use 737-900ERs for the route, which is scheduled to ...

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