Korean Air has confirmed plans to resume multiple routes to China and Japan, including Changsha, Wuhan, Weihai, Fukuoka and Nagoya, after a hiatus of three years and six months. The Seoul Incheon-Changsha route will resume operations with five flights per week from today, 19 July 19, while the Seoul Incheon-Wuhan and Seoul Incheon-Weihai routes will resume operations on September 23 and 24 2023, respectively. Also starting on September 2023, the airline will resume Busan-Fukuoka and Busan-Nagoya services with flights operating twice daily to Fukuoka, and daily to Nagoya from Busan. Those two routes will be serviced by Boeing 737-900ER, with
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