Korean Air is adding two new nonstop services to China from Incheon International Airport in Seoul.
Korean Air has placed a new firm order with Airbus for six more A330-200 aircraft. The order is the first for the new 238 tonne increased take-off weight version of the popular twin-engine widebody, offering an extended flying range of up to 7,200 nautical miles.
Korean Air is to buy two additional Airbus A380 superjumbos, bringing its total A380 order to ten.Korean Air said the additional order for two planes would cost US$514 million in list price terms. The planes would be delivered in May and June, 2014.
Korean Air will offer passengers a taste of truly healthy in-flight meals prepared with top quality ingredients such as organic vegetables and grains.
Korean Air Co said it has decided not to proceed with a plan to establish a joint venture with China’s Okay Airways.
Korean Airlines, has added an ABACUS solution to enhance booking reliability with travel agents. The airline has upgraded its booking reliability with the help of ABACUS after implementing AnswerBack earlier this month. With AnswerBack, ABACUS-powered travel agents can now confirm their customerså’ bookings on Korean Airlines faster than ever.