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Overview

Since 1962 Korean Air has brought the world to South Korea and beyond. In the early seventies the airline began operating long-haul flights between Seoul to Los Angeles, while today South Korea’s passenger and cargo flights together reach 130 cities across 45 countries.

Korean Air also has a strong domestic presence with its main hubs in Seoul at Incheon International Airport and Gimp International Airport, and its focus cities including Busan, Jeju and Osaka in Japan.

Within the Oceanic region, Korean Air reaches Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Auckland, Guam and Nadi. The airline offers non-stop flights from Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne to Seoul, offering the opportunity to continue on to destinations throughout Asia, Africa, the Americas and Europe.

Korean Air has three cabin classes; Economy, Prestige and First. The airline also operates the SKYPASS rewards program where members earn points when flying with Korean Air and using the services of their affiliated partners. Points accumulated can be redeemed on flight upgrades, extra baggage, lounge access, priority treatment and various other benefits.

Check-in

For international travel, check-in for Korean Air flights close 60 minutes prior to departure for North America and Europe flights and 40 minutes prior to departure for all other destinations. For more information, please refer to the airline.

Classes

Prestige

Comfort

As Korean Air’s version of Business Class, Prestige is designed with comfort and convenience in mind. On select aircraft, Prestige passengers can stretch out on the cabin’s adjustable flat beds which also boast shell screens for privacy. In-seat power supply and USB ports are also available, allowing you to use your own electrical devices onboard. For extra comfort, slippers are provided to Prestige passengers on international flights.

Dining

When dining in Prestige cabins you will be offered a choice of Western, Chinese and Japanese courses, as well as the airline’s traditional, chef-prepared Korean menu. To complement the in-flight cuisine, Korean Air also offers a range of top-shelf wines and beverages.

Entertainment

Prestige entertainment on Korea Air flights vary depending on the aircraft. On most flights, Prestige passengers can choose from 50 films, 50 short documentaries, news programs, video games and 3,000 songs via the airline’s audio video on demand entertainment systems, and enjoy them on their private 15.4 inch screens. Alternatively, on 777-300 aircraft, entertainment is shared on the cabin’s wide screen.

Baggage

Korean Air allows Prestige passengers to bring 2 pieces of 18kg (total) hand luggage, 2 pieces of 32kg (each) when travelling to the Americas and 1 piece of 30kg checked baggage for all other destinations.

First

Comfort

Select First cabins offer impressive comfort in the form of Kosmo suits which contain adjustable flat beds, large privacy screens, in-seat power supply and USB ports. Alternatively, other First cabins contain extra wide sleeper seats with personal screens. To ensure your onboard experience is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible, Korean Air provide in-flight clothing to passengers on select flights.

Dining

When dining in First cabins, you will be offered a choice of Western, Chinese and Japanese courses, as well as the airline’s traditional, chef-prepared Korean menu. To complement the in-flight cuisine, Korean Air also offers a range of top-shelf wines and beverages.

Entertainment

First entertainment on Korea Air flights vary depending on the aircraft. On most flights, Prestige passengers can choose from 50 films, 50 short documentaries, news programs, video games and 3,000 songs via the airline’s audio video on demand entertainment systems, and enjoy them on their private 15.4 inch screens. Alternatively, on 777-300 aircraft, entertainment is shared on the cabin’s wide screen.

Baggage

Korean Air allows First passengers to bring 2 pieces of 18kg (total) hand luggage, 2 pieces of 32kg (each) when travelling to the Americas and 1 piece of 40kg checked baggage for all other destinations.

Club Lounges & Alliances

Lounges

Korean Air has KAL Lounges located at Seoul’s international and domestic airports, as well as in Busan and Jeju. Within the lounges, First and Prestige passengers along with various SKYPASS and Sky Team members can unwind and relax in the exclusive suite rooms, sleeping rooms and showers. Business facilities, TV Screens, wireless internet access, beverages and snacks are also available. For more information, please refer to the airline.

Alliances

Korean Air is a member of Sky Team, the world’s second largest global airline alliance.