Korean Air will nearly double its flight schedules to several of its main China destinations. On the back of increased business and tourism demand from China, Korean Air will expand its Incheon-Beijing flights from 11X- to 14X-weekly, mainly on late night and early morning slots. The airline will also boost flights on the Incheon-Guangzhou route from 4X- to 7X-weekly. Korean Air is also ramping up services at several other tier-two cities. It will be increasing frequencies from the secondary ...

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