From its hub, Incheon International Airport in Seoul, Korean Air services more North American destinations than any other Asian airline. Established in 1962, its experience, distinct pale blue planes and efficient service are among this airlines hallmarks.
From its hub, Incheon International Airport in Seoul, Korean Air services more North American destinations than any other Asian airline.
Depending on the aircraft, Economy, Business and First Classes will vary:
There are two types of Economy class seating on Korean Air. Seats are ergonomic and slim, with an 86 cm (34 inch) seat pitch and 120 degree recline. All have seat-back screens, some have USB ports. A delicious selection of Western, Korean and Japanese meals is offered.
Business (Prestige) Class
Prestige Class has 3 types of cabins. Distance between seats ranges from 127 - 187cm (50-74 inches) between seats. On certain aircraft, Prestige seats convert to fully flat beds. Enjoy various international entertainment options on individual TV screens, as well as delicious international cuisines prepared by top chefs.
Korean Air has 4 types of First class cabins. Distance between seats ranges from 157-210 cm (62-83 inches.) There are individual LCD TV screens and USB ports to plug in personal electronic devices. Most notable are Korean Airs Kosmo Suites-- indulge in VIP treatment on select journeys, with wood-panelled and cushioned private pods that recline to a flat bed. Gourmet meals are served, on proper dinnerware.
SkyTeam alliance member and has codeshare agreements with Emirates, Japan Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, to name a few.
Established in 1962, its experience, distinct pale blue planes and wide-reaching network are among this airlines hallmarks.