Korean Air Increases Flights to Taiwan

  • All routes are serviced by a B737-800.

    All routes are serviced by a B737-800.

  • Select flights between Seoul and Taipei are serviced by an A330-300 aircraft.

    Select flights between Seoul and Taipei are serviced by an A330-300 aircraft.

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Korean Air has increased its services between South Korea and Taiwan through an extended codeshare agreement with China Airlines. Commencing on April 20, 21 additional flights per week will be available between the two destinations, totaling the number of flights offered to 46 per week. Specifically, there are seven new flights on the Seoul−Kaohsiung route as well as 14 new flights on the Busan−Taipei route. In addition, members of Korean Air’s frequent flyer program Skypass will accumulate points when using the codeshare agreement to purchase Korean Air tickets for China Airlines flights.

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