Korean Air Increases Flight Services To China

With the summer tour season coming, Korean Air plans to offer more flights to China.

Korean Air will reopen the flight to Tunxi from where passengers can travel to Huangshan Mountain. From April 25 through October, the company will fly twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, on the route. The service will be operated using Boeing 737 aircraft. Starting from May, Korean Air will also open the route to Mudanjiang.

In addition, in April, Korean Air will restart its flights to Urumchi. These had been suspended for the winter off-season.

Korean Air, with a fleet of 126 aircraft, operates almost 400 passenger flights per day to 115 cities in 37 countries.