Korean Air will launch new flights to Clark, the Philippines, and Nanjing, China on October 27th.
The brand new routes will probably be adopted by Zhangjiajie and Hangzhou, each in China, on October 28th.
From October 27th, Korean Air will function the Incheon-Clark route seven instances every week, Incheon-Nanjing route 4 instances every week (Monday/Wednesday/Friday/Sunday), and from October 28th, the airline will function the Incheon-Zhangjiajie route 3 times every week (Monday/Wednesday/Saturday) and Incheon-Hangzhou route twice every week (Monday/Friday).
The Incheon-Clark route will depart from Incheon at 07:55 and arrive at Clark at 11:05 native time, whereas the return flight will depart Clark at 13:10 and arrive at Incheon Airport at 16:10.
The flight from Incheon to Clark takes about 4 hours and ten minutes.
Clark is a resort city on the island of Luzon within the Philippines, which is about two hours by land from Manila, the capital.
The Puning Scorching Springs and Subic Seashore are well-known vacationer locations, and demand for tourism has been rising steadily not too long ago.
The Incheon-Nanjing route is scheduled to depart Incheon at 10:40 and arrive at Nanjing at 12:10 native time, whereas the return flight will depart at 13:15 and arrive at Incheon Airport at 16:45.