Korean Air will be providing more flights between South Korea and Taiwan after implementing an extended codeshare agreement with Taiwan's China Airlines from April 20 onwards.
The new codeshare agreement is subjected to regulatory approval.
With the agreement, Korean Air will be able to sell tickets on the flights operated by China Airlines.
It will allow more flights to be added between Seoul and Kaohsiung, as well as between Busan and Taipei.
As such, Korean Air will provide an additional 21 flights between South Korea and Taiwan, providing more flexibility and choices for its passengers.
Members of Korean Air's frequent flyer programme Skypass will also be able to accumulate points when using the codeshare agreement to purchase Korean Air tickets for China Airlines flights.
Korean Air currently has codeshare partnerships on 195 routes with 33 airlines worldwide, including Air France, Aeromexico and China Southern.