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About Korean Air
Korean Air is a South Korean airline and one of the world’s great carriers. It's the largest airline company in South Korea and has a vast domestic and global network of regularly scheduled services. Within South Korea, destinations served include Busan, Cheongju, Daegu, Gwangju, Gunsan Jeju, Jinju, Pohang, Seoul (Gimpo and Incheon), Ulsan, Wonju, Yangyang and Yeosu.
Korean Air operates to 135 destinations worldwide and the airline’s headquarters is located in Seoul, South Korea. Korean Air is a founding member of SkyTeam and the parent company of Jin Air and Czech Airlines.
Korean Air codeshare Agreements
Korean Air has codeshare agreements with Air Tahiti Nui, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Aurora, Emirates Airlines, Etihad Airways, Gol Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, Japan Airlines, Jet Airways, Jin Air, LATAM, Malaysia Airlines, MIAT Mongolian, Myanmar, Uzbekistan and WestJet.
Korean Air Frequent Flyer Program
Korean Air operates SKYPASS which is the frequent-flyer program of Korean Air. SKYPASS also refers to the blue card which Korean Air frequent-flyers are given. The motto of SKYPASS is "Beyond your Imagination". The program's elite levels are comparable to those of other airlines' frequent-flyer programs, requiring members to fly 30,000 miles per two-year cycle.
Qualification for the highest level is based on lifetime flight miles, requiring a customer to fly 1 million miles for Million Miler, which is the highest elite status; or 500,000 miles for Morning Calm Premium, which comes second. Both membership levels are eligible for SkyTeam Elite Plus privileges. Membership in these levels is granted for life.
In marzo 2016, Korean Air signed an agreement with Jet Airways as an FFP partner, enabling SKYPASS members to accumulate miles and enjoy award travel on Jet Airways flights. When travelling on Jet Airways, SKYPASS members will earn miles. In agosto 2015, Korean Air signed an agreement with Gol Airlines as an FFP partner, enabling SKYPASS members to accumulate miles and enjoy award travel on Jet Airways flights. When travelling on Gol Airlines, SKYPASS members will earn miles.
Korean Air Airline Alliance
SkyTeam Alliance is a leading global airline network, with 20 member airlines. SkyTeam alliance was founded in 2000 and now consists of member airlines such as Aerolineas Argentinas, AeroMexico, Air Europa, China Southern, Alitalia, China Airlines, Delta, Garuda Indonesia, Kenya Airways, KLM and others. SkyTeam Alliance network has nearly 16,323 daily flights, with 1,052 destinations in 177 countries.
Korean Air Class Tiers
Korean Air offers four types of classes: first class, prestige class and two types of economy class.
Prestige Class seats include "Prestige Sleeper" seats on all Boeing 777-300ERs and Airbus A380s, as well as 777-200ER aircraft that feature Kosmo Suites seats; Prestige Plus seats on most of the Boeing 777-200ER fleet, most of the Boeing 747-400 fleet, and one Boeing 777-300; and old Prestige Class seats. Prestige Sleeper seats recline to 180 degrees, while Prestige Plus seats recline up to 172 degrees.
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Korean Air Economy Class
Economy Class on Korean Air has been recently upgraded to not only include a comfortable wide seating and individual TV screen, but also the new AVOD system!
Korean Air Economy Class Facilities
Enjoy from a comfortable ergonomically designed seat with a your own personal TV screen.
Meals are served on board of a selections of Japanese, traditional Korean, Chinese and selected Western dishes.
Amenity kit with slippers and toothbrush set is provided and you can also request for a wake-up service.
Mood lighting is available for either eating, sleeping or reading to help adjust your eyes.
Disabled toilets are available to create the best accessibility for all passengers on board.
Korean Air Economy Class Seats
Economy Class seating on Korean Air is sized at 17.2 - 18.1 inches wide. The seats recline at 118 degrees with a sliding cushion for added back support.
Note different seat sizes on selected aircraft:
B747-8i, B787-9: 17.2 inches wide
B777, A330, A380-800 : 18.1 inches wide
Korean Air Premium Economy
While Korean Air doesn't have a dedicated Premium Economy cabin class.
Korean Air Business Class
Korean Air's Prestige Class offers an exclusive in-flight service so that you enjoy the journey as much as you enjoy your trip.
Korean Air Business Class Facilities
Korean Air Business Class passengers can make use of the Exclusive Prestige check-in counter to avoid waiting in line to check-in for their flight. Once in the lounge, passengers can use the showers and saunas at the Grand Hyatt Incheon hotel at no extra charge. But, the luxury doesn't stop at the airport! On board your Korean Air flight, First and Prestige (Business) class passengers can enjoy drinks at the "Celestial Bar." With exquisite design and lighting, the "Celestial Bar" allows passengers to get away from their seat and wind down with a delicious cocktail.
What are Korean Air Business Class Seats Like?
In your Korean Air prestige suite, there's enough room to stretch out with over 75in of space between each row. Each seat converts into a 180-degree fully-flat bed, making sure you get the best night sleep possible on your Korean Air Business Class flight. Passengers will have access to an in-flight amenity kit with three luxury cosmetic items alongside eye masks, toothbrushes and toothpaste. Find sockets to keep your devices fully charged so you never run out of battery on your Business Class trip again.
Korean Air First Class
First Class is Korean Air's most luxurious cabin class with the best standard of service.
What Does First Class Include?
On the ground, all First Class passengers are given the option to choose a preferred seat 24 hours in advance. In addition to this, passengers have access to the First Class check-in lounge, complimentary baggage wrapping service, premium arrival shower service and priority boarding and baggage. Each First Class passenger will be met at the airport by a member of staff who will guide them through the airport and to the gate.
Onboard, all First Class passengers are given an in-flight amenity kit, a high-quality duvet, comfortable clothing and an in-seat power supply system. Each seat in First Class is fitted with mood lighting and each passenger can use the airlines' wake-up service and order from the in-flight menu for an extraordinary dining experience.
On the A380, passengers are given access to the Celestial Bar, which is a communal bar and lounge area for First Class and Prestige Class passengers.
First Class Facilities
Korean Air offers a number of different First Class experiences, depending on the type of aircraft that you fly on.
The Kosmo Suite is 26.5 inches wide and folds 180 degrees flat into a bed. The Kosmo Suite's back support and footrest can be controlled by the touch control unit which is installed into the suite.
Each suite has a 23-inch LCD monitor which can be used to access Korean Air's inflight entertainment system and every passenger is given headphones made by Bose which ensure the best quality and block out external sounds.
The Kosmo Suite also has an individual office space, with a worktable and private reading lamp.
Kosmo Suites 2.0
The Kosmo Suites 2.0 is 80 inches long, 24 inches wide and includes 83-inches of space between each site. Each suite comes fully equipped with an LCD TV screen, a personal workspace and sliding doors for total privacy.
The Kosmo sleeper is 78 inches long, 21.1 inches wide and includes 83 inches of space between each seat. Each seat comes with a 17-inch LCD monitor, which can be used to access the airlines' in-flight entertainment system.
The Kosmo sleeper has a private work desk and individual reading lamp so that you have your own personal in-flight workspace.
The Sleeper seats transform into 180 degree full flat beds. Each seat is fitted with a 23-inch LCD monitor with access to the airlines' in-flight entertainment system.
Does First Class Have a First Class Lounge?
Korean Air's First Class lounge can be found at Seoul Incheon Airport and is exclusive to First Class passengers.
Korean Air Food
Korean Air Meal Options
Passengers in Korean Air First class can enjoy top quality dishes on board their flights inspired by authentic Korean cuisine. The menu consists of a starter, main course, side dishes and dessert.
Korean Air Prestige Class passengers are offered a wide variety of Korean dishes, such as crab in soy sauce, Dongchimi noodles, Kalbi-jjim and bibimbap.
Passengers in Economy class are offered either traditional Korean-inspired dishes, as well as western, Chinese and Japanese dishes, dependent on the destination of your flight. In addition, long flights include a snack service featuring items such as ramen, pizza and rice cakes.
Korean Air Special Dietary Requirements
Korean Air serves a wide variety of dishes suitable for special dietary requirements. These items must be ordered at least 24 hours prior to flight departure time, by contacting the Korean Air service centre, or online in ‘My Trips’. Korean Air are one of few airlines who provide a special meal for passengers with allergies. Read more about flying with a nut allergy here. The meals available are as follows:
|Infants and Children||Baby Meals|
|Raw vegetarian meal|
|Special Dietary Needs||Low-fat meal|
|Gluten Intolerant meal|
|Religious Meals||Moslem meal|
|Other Special Meals||Seafood meal|
|Fruit platter meal|
Korean Air Drinks & Alcohol
Korean Air passengers in First Class and Prestige Class are provided a full drinks service including premium wines and top quality champagne.
Economy class passengers can enjoy a wine service featuring specially selected wines from France, Chile and Australia.
Korean Air In-flight Entertainment
Korean Air offers an exciting range of movies, short features, CD albums and music channels to keep you entertained on board your flight.
Korean Air TV Shows
There's a TV show for every age and every taste with Korean Air, find cartoons, dramas and documentaries to stop you from getting bored on board.
Korean Air Movies
From action-packed super hero movies to classic period dramas, you can find a film to suit every taste on board your Korea Air flight.
Korean Air Route Map
Korean Air Popular Destinations
Airbus A330- 300
Boeing 747-400 F
Boeing 777-200 ER
Boeing 777-300 ER
Korean Air Hub Airport
Incheon International AirportIncheon International Airport is the largest airport in South Korea and is Korean Air’s main hub. It is the primary airport serving the Seoul Capital Area and one of the largest and busiest airports in the world. Incheon International Airport is also the hub airport for Korean Air, Asiana Airlines, Jeju Air and Polar Air Cargo.
The airport has three runaways and has a passenger capacity of 50 million per year. The leading carriers which use Incheon International Airport include Asiana Airlines, Korean Air, China Southern Airlines and Cathay Pacific.
Korean Air Airline News
22 mayo 2018
Korean Air has two aircraft schedule changes
Korean Air are to undergo two aircraft schedule changes in Summer 2018. Both changes will come from services operated out of their base in Seoul Incheon International Airport (ICN).
The first is a change for its service to Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO), Moscow. The route is currently served by the Airbus A330-300 aircraft, however, between 16 junio—28 junio 2018, the service will be served by Boeing 777-200ER and -300ER aircrafts.
The second change is for Korean Air's service to London Heathrow Airport (LHR). From 18 julio—26 agosto 2018, the airline will carry passengers on a A380, instead of the Boeing 747-8I aircaft that it currently uses.
22 mayo 2018
Korean Air and Delta expand codeshare agreement
Korean Air and Delta have expanded their codeshare agreement for mayo 2018. The new codeshare will see Delta operate a number of additional routes from Atlanta and Seatle on behalf of Korean Air.
Delta operará en 50 rutas desde Atlanta para Korean Air, incluidos los servicios a San Francisco, San Antonio, El Paso, Las Vegas, Pittsburgh y Cleveland. Delta operará las siguientes rutas de Seatle en nombre de Korean Air:
- Seattle - Jackson Hole
- Seattle - Kansas City
- Seattle - Milwaukee
- Seattle - Phoenix
- Seattle - San Diego
- Seattle - San Francisco
- Seattle - Tucson
9 abril 2018
Korean Air named on Tripadvisor's Top 10 airlines
Korean Air has reached an impressive number 10 on Tripadvisor's newly released list of Top 10 airlines. As reported by one Tripadvisor user; " "We travelled from Chicago to Hong Kong with our toddler, and could not have been more pleased with the experience. Basic economy on KA is basically economy plus on other (especially US-based) airlines. The flight staff actually made me like the experience, rather than detract from it. I'll be flying KA whenever possible in the future." Korean Air's reputation continues to grow this way, as the list was compiled by taking into account the quantity and quality of airline reviews and ratings submitted over the last twelve months to TripAdvisor.
19 enero 2018
Korean Air To Retire More Older 737s, 747s And 777s
Boeing 787-9s are part of Korean Air's next-generation fleet.
Korean Air plans to phase out more of its older passenger and cargo aircraft this year as it upgrades its fleet with several widebody and narrowbody deliveries. The carrier is due to receive four Boeing 787-9s in 2018, giving it nine, and four Boeing 777-300ERs, boosting its total to 24. Korean expects to receive its remaining eight Bombardier CS300s on order by year-end, joining the two delivered in December. These additions will be partly offset by retirements.
18 enero 2018
New Incheon Terminal Boosts Korean Air Connectivity
The opening of a new terminal complex at Seoul’s Incheon International Airport is expected to dramatically improve Korean Air’s connections with prospective partner Delta Airlines and other SkyTeam members. Incheon’s Terminal 2 (T2) opened for service on Jan. 18, with Korean Air moving out of the existing Terminal 1 and into the new facility along with Delta, Air France and KLM.
9 octubre 2017
Korean Air boosts Vietnam flights in W17
Korean Air in winter 2017/18 season continues to expand service to Vietnam, as the Skyteam member introduces additional daily flight to Da Nang and Hanoi. Planned schedule as follow.
Seoul Incheon – Da Nang eff 25NOV17 Increase from 1 to 2 daily
KE461 ICN0935 – 1240DAD 333 257
KE461 ICN1125 – 1430DAD 333 36
KE461 ICN1135 – 1440DAD 333 14
KE462 DAD1605 – 2220ICN 333 D
Seoul Incheon – Hanoi eff 29OCT17 Increase from 2 to 3 daily
KE483 ICN0940 – 1245HAN 333 D
KE484 HAN1625 – 2240ICN 333 D
18 septiembre 2017
Korean Air in recent schedule and inventory update adjusted planned Seoul Incheon – Houston route, with last flight scheduled on 10OCT17. Despite schedule listing shows service to resume from 29OCT17, reservation for this 3 weekly is closed on/after this date.
Previously planned schedule during winter season (05NOV17 – 09MAR18) as follow.
KE029 ICN0935 – 0735IAH 772 257
KE030 IAH0940 – 1555+1ICN 772 7
KE030 IAH0950 – 1605+1ICN 772 25
26 junio 2017
Delta y Korean Air en joint venture.
Las líneas Korean Air y Delta Air han firmado un acuerdo de empresa conjunta muy esperado, que comienza el proceso de coordinación de servicios en todo el Pacífico.
El acuerdo permitirá a los miembros de SkyTeam coordinar horarios y precios, vender y comercializar vuelos en forma conjunta, y compartir ingresos y costos entre Corea del Sur y los Estados Unidos.
The accord will allow Korean Air and Delta to more effectively compete with the immunised partnerships between American Airlines and Japan Airlines and United Airlines and All Nippon Airways (ANA).
Las aerolíneas han estado trabajando hacia un acuerdo por algún tiempo. Firmaron un memorando de entendimiento para formar una empresa conjunta en marzo, que siguió a un acuerdo de código compartido ampliado en 2016.
Delta y Korean Air han sido socios por más de 20 años.
3 mayo 2017
Korean Air launches flights to Barcelona
Korean Air has announced it will launch a new direct service route from Seoul incheon to Barcelona. The route will be flown by a Boeing 777-200ER, running 3 x Weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays).
29 marzo 2017
Korean Air and Delta Airlines to expand partnership
Korean Air and Delta Airlines have agree to expand their historic partnership in aims to boost competition between USA and Asia and to increase travel choices for passengers. Thi agreement will create a fully integrate tran-Pacific joint venutre arrangement and continue to serve more than 290 destinations.
Furthermore, Delta Airlines will provide new non-stop services between Atlanta and Seoul from junio 2017.
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