Korean Air plans to launch three new services to China in March and May.
The carrier will commence five times weekly services on the Seoul Incheon-Hefei route from 30 March.
This will be followed by the launch of Jeju-Guiyang and Seoul Incheon-Nanning services on 11 May. Both service will operate thrice weekly.
All the new services will be operated using Boeing 737s.
From 29 March, it will also reduce the Seoul Incheon-Dallas Fort Worth service from daily to five-times weekly.
The airline also confirmed it began codesharing with Hawaiian Airlines on 13 January, placing its code on Hawaiian's Honolulu-New York John F Kennedy service.
Source: Cirium Dashboard