Korean Air is set to add service to China and Japan and restore service to Israel in the coming weeks, the carrier announced Friday. 

For China, flights between Seoul and Shanghai will resume Nov. 20 and operate once weekly on each Sunday. The Seoul-Nanjing route will restart Dec. 7 and operate one weekly flight each Wednesday. Flights between Seoul and Qingdao will resume Dec. 11 and operate once weekly each Sunday.

In addition, Korean resumed operations for its Seoul-Dalian route Oct. 28, operating once weekly each Friday, and increased its frequency on routes between Seoul and each Shenyang and Tianjin to twice weekly.

For Japan, on Dec. 1, Korean will restart its flights to Sapporo, operating daily, and to Okinawa, operating four times weekly on each Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 

The carrier’s Seoul-Tel Aviv route will resume Dec. 26 and operate three times weekly on each Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 

[email protected] (Donna M. Airoldi)

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