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Korean Air selects new inflight wines

Korean Air selects new inflight wines

13 October 2022 Press Release Airline News

Korean Air has showcased its selection of new inflight wines, which will be served onboard from March 2023. The airline presented 50 newly-selected inflight wines, including 19 First Class, 21 Prestige Class, and 10 Economy Class selections at the Seoul Four Seasons Hotel on October 13.

Korean Air to use Shell’s sustainable aviation fuel from 2026

Korean Air to use Shell’s sustainable aviation fuel from 2026

1 October 2022 Press Release Airline News

Korean Air has recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with global energy company Shell to purchase their sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The MOU explores the supply and purchase of SAF from Shell at major airports in Asia Pacific and the Middle East from 2026 for five years.

Spain Signs Agreement With Korean Air

Spain Signs Agreement With Korean Air

22 September 2022 Press Release Tourism News

An agreement has been signed between the authorities of Spain and Korean Air, the largest airline and flag carrier of South Korea, to mutually promote Spain’s tourism destinations, products and experiences in South Korea.

Korean Air to launch Budapest route and resume flights to Dubai, Phuket and Chiang Mai

Korean Air to launch Budapest route and resume flights to Dubai, Phuket and Chiang Mai

31 August 2022 Press Release Airline News

Korean Air will launch its inaugural flight to Budapest, Hungary from October 3. The airline will operate a 269-seat Boeing 787-900 once a week on Mondays departing from Seoul Incheon at 11:25 am and landing in Budapest at 5:05 pm. The return flight leaves the next day at 7:15 pm and arrives in Seoul Incheon one day later at 12:50 pm. There will also be an extra flight on Saturday October 29.

Korean Air to develop stealth UAV squadron

16 August 2022 Press Release Airline News

Korean Air was selected on August 12 as the preferred bidder for the Korean Agency for Defense Development’s (ADD) “stealth UAV squadron development” project. Korean Air has received high scores for its technology in the first stage of the bidding process. The stealth UAV squadron technology is being developed for the first time in Korea as a part of the ADD’s “Future Challenge Defense Technology R&D Project” to develop new weapon systems