Korean Air has confirmed plans to launch four
new routes before the end of 2019.
The airline will also increase the frequency of
its Incheon - Delhi and Incheon - Beijing flights to meet growing demand, but
will suspend the Incheon - Nadi (Fiji) operation.
The Delhi service will increase to seven flights
per week from
1 September 2019, while the
current 14 flights per week between Incheon and Beijing will grow
to 18 flights per week from the end of October.
In China, Korean Air will launch flights from Incheon
to Nanjing, Zhangjiajie and
Hangzhou. The airline was granted traffic rights to these routes
following successful Korea-China aviation talks in March.
Korean Air will also launch flights from Incheon
to Clark, Philippines, operating the route with seven flights per week from the
end of October.
Korean Air said that it is suspending its Fiji
flights because of "decreasing demands
and constant deficit of the route."
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