Korean Air Announces New Routes To China

Korean Air has announced that in late May it will open two new routes: from Seoul to Xi'an in Shaanxi, and from Seoul to Mudanjiang in Heilongjiang.

The Seoul-Xi'an route will start from May 27 with one flight each day except for Thursdays and Sundays. The Seoul-Mudanjiang route will start from May 28 with one flight a day on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. Both flights will take off from Seoul Incheon International Airport.

Currently Korean Air has been operating more than 30 flight routes between China and South Korea. It is believed that the abundant tourism resources in Xi'an and Mudanjiang will attract many South Korean tourists.