Korean Air to Add Incheon-Clark Flights in October
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South Korea’s largest airline and flag carrier Korean Air (KE) adds a new service in the Philippines this October.
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KE will launch Incheon, Korea to Clark, Pampanga flights starting by the end of October, the airline announced on Wednesday, July 3. The carrier mentioned that Clark is a go-to spot for family travelers, as it offers different activities from golfing to snorkeling.
The new Southeast Asian route will have seven flights a week.
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Korean Air will launch four new routes in the remaining part of the year–three in cities in China and one in the Philippines. The airline will also increase its frequency of the Incheon~Delhi and Incheon~Beijing routes to meet demand but will suspend the Incheon~Nadi(Fiji) operation. #Koreanair #newroutes #China #Nanjing #Zhangjiajie #Hangzhou #SoutheastAsia #Philippines #Clark #koreanairworld
Meanwhile, Korean Air is also opening three new routes in China in the second half of the year.
Following a successful Korea-China aviation talks last March, KE has been granted traffic rights travelling to Nanjing, Zhangjiajie, and Hangzhou.
By offering new direct routes, the airline aims to “diversify the Chinese routes and develop tourism,” it said in a statement.
Moreover, due to increasing demands, KE will also be increasing Incheon-Delhi operations starting September 1 while the Incheon-Beijing flights will be extended to 18 flights a week in October.
KE, however, announced the suspension of the Incheon~Nadi operations on October 1 due to decreasing demands and constant deficit of the route.
This is a press release. Edits were made prior to publishing.