Korean Air has made the following changes to its 2019 winter
flight schedule which runs from 27 October 2019 to 28 March 2020.
Korean Air will launch morning flights to Clark, Philippines on
October. Clark, a popular destination in itself and a former US
air base, is about two hours by land from Manila.
The airline will
also launch flights to Zhangjiajie, Nanjing and Hangzhou,
which are routes distributed as a result of the previous
Korea-China aviation talks. Incheon-Zhangjiajie will be operated
thrice weekly, Incheon-Nanjing four times per week, and
Incheon-Hangzhou twice weekly.
Incheon-Honolulu service will increase from seven flights per week
to eleven flights per week, from 9 December 2019.
The Incheon-Auckland and
Incheon-Brisbane services which currently operate five and four times
respectively, will become daily flights during the
The frequency of Incheon-Manila flights will
increase from 14 times per week to 18 times per week, and the
Incheon-Guam flight will increase from 14 times per week to 20 times
In addition, the airline will increase the frequency of
the Incheon-Beijing route from 14 times a week to 17 times a week.
The Incheon-Delhi route has been operating as a daily flight since
September 2019, an increase from the five flights per week
Korean Air will
also deploy wide-body aircraft
such as its B747-8i and A380 on the Oceania routes, expanding capacity
and improving the customer experience.
winter season, Korean Air will suspend selected flights including
Incheon-St. Petersburg and Incheon-Irkutsk. The Incheon-Zagreb and Incheon-Zurich will be temporarily
suspended from 2 December 2019. The Incheon-Kagoshima and Incheon-Oita
services will be temporarily suspended between January and March