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Shenyang-ROK flights increase

(Xinhua)

14:34, March 20, 2012

SHENYANG, March 20 (Xinhua) -- China Southern Airlines is to increase the number of flights it operates between Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning province, and key destinations in the Republic of Korea during the coming busy season.

The operator has announced that it will up its flights between Shenyang and Bushan from two a week to three a week, departing every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Flights between Shenyang and Cheju will increase from two to four every week.

China Southern will also resume Shenyang-Cheongju flights from July 13 to August 29, running two services daily every Wednesday and Saturday. The same will happen to Shenyang-Daegu flights, which will run from June 21 to September 27, with one flight every Thursday and Sunday.

The number of Shenyang-Seoul flights will reach three daily during the above busy season.

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