Korean Air is boosting its network for the winter season with new routes and additional frequencies, although it will also suspend or merge some routes. The South Korean flag carrier launched a flight from Busan, South Korea to Da Nang, Vietnam on Oct. 29. This daily service will operate year-round, the airline told ATW. The carrier will use a 159-seat Boeing 737-900. The Da Nang flight gives Korean Air 12 routes from Busan. The carrier is expected to add more flights from Busan to cities ...

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