Korean Air will expand its network in China by launching four new services in the first half of 2015.
The airline will launch Incheon-Hefei on March 30th, Incheon-Nanning and Jeju-Guiyang on May 11th and Daegu-Shenyang on June 22nd, meaning Korean Air now flies to more cities in China than any other airline from Korea.
Flight KE813 will depart from Incheon every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 08:30 and arrives in Hefei at 10:10 the same day.
The return flight departs from Hefei at 11:10 and arrives in Incheon at 14:40.
Hefei is the capital of the Anhui province and is close to the picturesque old village of Ahnui and one of the most famous mountains in China, Huangshan.
The flights to Nanning depart from Incheon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 18:55 and arrive in Nanning at 22:50.
The flights to Guiyang depart from Jeju every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 21:55 and arrive in Guiyang at 00:45 next day.
Nanning is known as the ‘Green City’ because of its abundance of lush tropical foliage.
Starting in June 2015, Korean Air will also be launching a new service between Daegu and Shenyang.
The flights depart from Daegu every Monday, Thursday and Saturday at 10:00 and arrive in Shenyang at 11:10.
For flights to Hefei, Nanning and Shenyang, Korean Air will deploy B737-800 aircrafts equipped with AVOD in-flight entertainment systems.