Korean Air to increase Seoul-Xiamen frequency

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Korean Air plans to raise the frequency of its Seoul Incheon-Xiamen service to daily from four times weekly on 26 May.

It will use Boeing 737-900ER aircraft on the additional services, says an airline official.

The airline will terminate a weekly service on the Seoul Incheon to Aomori and Auckland routes on 31 March, decreasing their frequencies to three and four times weekly respectively.

Services on routes from Seoul Incheon to Hakodate and Nagasaki will also be suspended on 31 March, adds the official.