Korean Air augments services for Japan after October 2022, resuming Fukuoka and Sapporo flights

Korean Air will largely increase flights for Japan after October 2022, expecting to restart two-way traffic between Japan and South Korea in earnest. 

The airline will increase frequencies on Narita-Incheon and Kansai-Incheon to double daily flights respectively on October 11 and on Chubu (Nagoya)-incheon from four flights a week currently to five flights a week in November and to daily flights in December.

In addition, the airline will resume three Fukuoka-Incheon flights a week on October 14 and increase the frequencies to daily flights on October 30. Its Sapporo-Incheon service will be resumed with daily flights on October 30. 

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