Korean Air to Operate 17 Routes to Japan with 197 Round Trips Weekly During Summer Schedule

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Korean Air has decided on its operation plan for Japanese routes during the summer schedule period.

The airline plans to operate four round trips daily between Tokyo/Narita and Seoul/Incheon, and three round trips daily for the Osaka/Kansai & Fukuoka to Seoul/Incheon routes and Tokyo/Haneda to Seoul/Gimpo route. Additionally, there will be two round trips daily for the Sapporo/Chitose & Nagoya/Chubu to Seoul/Incheon routes, Osaka/Kansai to Seoul/Gimpo, Tokyo/Narita & Fukuoka to Busan routes. One round trip will be operated for the Tokyo/Haneda & Okinawa/Naha to Seoul/Incheon routes and Nagoya/Chubu to Busan route. Routes from Aomori, Niigata, Komatsu, Okayama, and Kagoshima to Seoul/Incheon will be operated three times a week.

As a result, Korean Air will operate 17 routes to Japan, providing a total of 197 round trips weekly. The Oita to Seoul/Incheon route will be seasonally suspended.

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