Korean Air considerably reduces Japan services and instead extends network for Southeast Asia and China

Korean Air announced considerable reduction of its Japan flights after September 16 2019. The airline will suspend Busan-Kansai flights from September 16, Jeju-Narita flights from November 2, Jeju-Kansai flights from November 2, Incheon-Asahikawa between September 29 and October 26, Incheon-Komatsu between September 29 and November 16 and Incheon-Kagoshima between September 29 and November 16.


In contrast, Korean Air will extend its network for Southeast Asia and Oceania with launch of Incheon-Clark (Philippines) flights on October 27 2019 and increases frequencies from four flights a week to 11 flights a week each on Incheon-Chiang Mai (Thailand) route and Incheon-Bali route and from five flights a week to seven flight a week on Incheon-Brisbane route.

For China, Korean Air will launch three flights a week for Zhangjiajie and Hangzhou and four flights a week for Nanjing. Also, Flights for Beijing will be increased from 14 a week to 17 a week. 

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