Korean Air to raise China frequencies

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Korean Air will be raising the frequencies of its services to China in the coming days.

The Seoul Incheon-Mudanjiang service will increase to five times weekly on 5 July. This will be followed by raising the Seoul Incheon-Yanji service to daily and Seoul Incheon-Beijing service from 11 to 14 times weekly on 8 July, the carrier says.

On 9 July, the Seoul Incheon-Guangzhou service will increase from four to seven times weekly, while the Seoul Incheon-Wuhan service will be raised to five times weekly on 26 July. On 1 August, the Seoul Incheon-Shenzhen service will go up from four to seven times weekly, it adds.

FlightMaps Analytics shows that Korean Air competes with Asiana Airlines on routes from Seoul Incheon to Yanji, Beijing, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, and with China Southern Airlines on routes from Seoul Incheon to Mudanjiang and Wuhan.