Korean Air to open more routes to China, Philippines hinh anh 1Planes of Korean Air at Gimpo Airport in Seoul, the Republic of Korea (Photo: AFP/VNA)

Seoul (VNA) - Korean Air Lines Co., the national flag carrier of the Republic of Korea, said on October 2 that it will open four new routes to China and the Philippines later this month, the RoK’s Yonhap news agency reported.

Korean Air will begin services on routes to Clark of the Philippines, and Nanjing of China, on October 27 and to Zhangjiajie and Hangzhou, China, on October 28, the company said in a statement.

In addition to the new services, the country's biggest full-service carrier plans to offer more flights on Southeast Asia, China and Oceania routes./.