Asiana Airlines has outlined network changes planned for its winter schedule, which begins on 27 October.
The carrier will raise its Seoul Incheon-Istanbul frequency from three to four times weekly, Innovata schedules show. Services from Seoul Incheon to Siem Reap and Kota Kinabalu will increase to daily, starting 22 November.
On routes to China, Asiana is suspending the Seoul Incheon-Tunxi and Jeju-Beijing services. It will also reduce frequency on the Seoul Incheon-Chengdu service from daily to four times weekly starting 11 November, and the Seoul Incheon-Changsha route from five to two times weekly on 9 December.
Its Seoul Incheon-Honolulu service will be cut from seven to five times weekly starting 14 December, followed by a reduction in its Seoul Incheon-Palau service from four to two times weekly on 24 February 2014.
Asiana also plans to resume thrice weekly Busan-Okinawa service on 14 November, twice weekly Seoul Incheon-Asahikawa service on 4 December, and daily Osaka Kansai-Saipan service on 20 December.