Korean Air Lines
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|Airline Name||Korean Air Lines||Major Routes||Incheon International Airport⇔Jeju International Airport／Narita International Airport／Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport／Chinggis Khaan International Airport／Tribhuvan International Airport／Ngurah Rai International Airport／Dubai International Airport／Václav Havel Airport Prague／Vladivostok International Airport／Los Angeles International Airport etc|
|Official Site||https://www.koreanair.com/global/en.html||Check-In Counter||
|Year Established||1962||Main Destinations||Seoul, Tokyo, Taipei, Hong kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Mumbai, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Dubai, Vienna, Frankfurt, Paris, Amsterdam, Moscow, London, Vancouver, New York City, Sydney, Saõ Paulo etc|
|Frequent Flyer Program||SKYPASS|
Based on fleet size, Korean Air is the largest airline in South Korea and it is the flag carrier of South Korea. The headquarters of Korean Air are based in Seoul, the Republic of South Korea. The airline was founded in 1946 as the Korean National Airlines and was later privatized in 1969. The airline’s main hubs are located at Incheon International Airport and Gimpo International Airport. Furthermore, Korean Air is a member of the SkyTeam network with a fleet size of 174 aircrafts. Passengers are able to book air tickets and travel to over 126 destinations.
The slogan of the airline is “Excellence in Flight” and Korean Air was voted as being Asia’s best airline by Business Traveler readers in 2012.
* Please ensure to check the official website of Korean Air for updated and detailed information for checked baggage.
* Please ensure to check the official website of Korean Air for updated and detailed information for carry-on baggage.
The service on-board is fully flexible to accommodate passengers with air tickets on all classes. In-flight meals and wine are regularly served and carefully selected by top chefs.
Also, in-flight amenity kits are provided to passengers with air tickets on first and business class which include branded cosmetics such as face cream, hand cream, aftershave lotion, and eye gel. The amenity kits are packed in a convenient and stylish pouch and includes a toothbrush and toothpaste.
The in-flight entertainment system offers all passengers with air tickets on all classes a selection of movies, TV shows, magazines, music, and games. Korean Air is always ready to keep you entertained on board. Unlike any other airline, on economy class air tickets, 34in of space is available between you and the next row of seats. The cabins are very spacious and comfortable. Also, there is a duty-shop located towards the rear of the aircraft for all passengers.
Everything was terrific, including the layover. The cabin was very comfortable and spacious. Also, the food and drink choices were great. As I’ve read, Korean Air is the largest airlines in the region and I would like to add that the customer service representatives at the airport were very helpful and welcoming. I will book my air ticket with them again.
It was my first time flying with Korean Air, the staff were very professional and very attentive to our needs. The quality of food and drinks were excellent. The in-flight entertainment was very great and entertaining. I was always updated on the status of my luggage, in spite of the short trip. So easy to book with Korean Air!
I loved the crew, as they were very nice. Also, the legroom was superb and spacious. The movies were very entertaining. I
recommend Korean Air and will always book my air ticket with them. Thanks.
Yes, we have an online chat service in Korean and English which is available 24 hours. Use the chat to enquire about your air ticket, flight or any other queries.
Yes, all meals are prepared by Korean Air on international and domestic routes.
We do not recommend to carry meat or chicken onboard, although you can carry snacks such as biscuits, chocolate, and chips.
The frequent flyer program of Korean Air is called SkyPass, and frequent flyers are issued with a blue card when they join the program by booking air tickets with the airlines. SkyPass benefit
rewards include air tickets, hotels, car rental services, credit card companies and more. Miles and extras can also be earned by members of the SkyTeam Airline Alliance. The SkyPass program
requires members to fly at least 30,000 miles per two-year cycle and at least 50,000 miles are required to become a member.
The latest check-in time for air tickets booked on domestic flights is 20 minutes prior to your scheduled departure and 40 minutes for international flights. Closing times to check-in your air ticket may vary according to destination and air ticket class. Regarding the codeshare flights with Korean Air partner airlines, Korean Air only handles the air ticket reservations and ticketing, however, the check-in process is provided by the operating partner online. You can check-in your booked air ticket from the kiosks at the airport, from the website, or from your mobile device. Online check-in will enable you to choose your seat, pre-select your meal, check-in your baggage, and provide you with other information on your air ticket.
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