Korean Air Flights

Information about Korean Air

Today Korean Air is one of the world's top 20 airlines with 460 flights every day to 129 destinations in 46 countries. It is only one of 12 airlines in the world that fly to all six inhabited continents while Korean Air flights cover more cities in America and Asia than any other Asian airline. The airline's main hubs are at Incheon International Airport and Gimpo International Airport, both of which are in the Seoul district. The airline was a founding member of the SkyTeam Alliance, now the second-largest in the world after the Star Alliance.

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The Korean Air livery is a white and pale blue fuselage finished with a red and navy tail decal. South Korea and its capital city Seoul are becoming increasingly popular as both a tourist and business destination. Whatever your reason for visiting you're sure to find attractive prices on flights to South Korea. The airline has an excellent reputation for customer service that includes:

  • Attractive prices and reliable timekeeping
  • Complimentary international and Asian cuisine
  • Selection of preferred seats up to a year in advance
  • Entertainment from award-winning in-flight magazines to music, TV and films

Korean Air flights are operated with a fleet of 138 passenger aircraft that are constantly being updated. These range from the wide-bodied Airbus 380 and Boeing 747 craft to smaller Boeing 737 and Airbus A330 planes. The airline offers three business or Prestige classes and two economy classes.

Korean Air Fleet: 148 aircraft + 9 On Order

Korean Air Fleet Details:

Aircraft Type Aircraft Aircraft Number
Airbus A300 Airbus A300-600 7
Airbus A330 Airbus A330-200 7
Airbus A330-300 16
Airbus A380 Airbus A380-800 5
Boeing 737 Boeing 737-700 1
Boeing 737-800 20
Boeing 737-900 19
Boeing 747 Boeing 747-400 39
Boeing 747-8 1
Boeing 777 Boeing 777-200 19
Boeing 777-300 13
Eurocopter EC135 Eurocopter EC135 1

Korean Air in-flight services and entertainment:

Korean Air baggage (allowance, excess fees) :

Hub : Korean Air operate mainly from Seoul - Incheion airport (ICN).

Foundation date : 1962

Fleet Age (years) : 9.7

Korean Air - Alliances and frequent flyer program : Korean Air joined SkyTeam alliance. Korean Air Frequent Flyer program is Skypass.

Korean Air flights: flight prices and latest offers

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Flights Brisbane Saskatoon BNE - YXE $1632 02 December to 13 January
Flights Brisbane Vancouver BNE - YVR $1771 18 December to 26 January
Flights Brisbane Amsterdam BNE - AMS $1178 02 September to 17 October
Flights Tokyo Seoul TYO - GMP $451 25 February to 09 March
Flights Sydney Birmingham SYD - BHX $2156 29 June to 15 July
Flights Sydney Toronto SYD - YYZ $1510 19 August to 01 September
Flights Brisbane Washington BNE - WAS $1854 22 to 29 June
Flights Brisbane Honolulu BNE - HNL $1629 10 December to 10 January
Flights Sydney Zagreb SYD - ZAG $1409 17 August to 28 September
Flights Sydney Los Angeles SYD - LAX $1273 23 November to 09 January
Flights Sydney Los Angeles SYD - LAX $1331 02 December to 12 January
Flights Sydney Yerevan SYD - EVN $2209 16 June to 16 July
Flights Brisbane London BNE - LHR $1201 04 June to 27 August
Flights Brisbane Frankfurt BNE - FRA $1440 08 December to 14 January
Flights Sydney Vancouver SYD - YVR $1202 04 December to 08 January

Based on latest flight's searches. Last update: 23/02/2017


Korean Air (KE/KAL)

The airline started life as Korean National Airlines in 1946 but was in decline by the late 1960s. Once taken over by the private Hanjin Group and remarketed as Korean Air the airline went from strength to strength, opening its first transpacific passenger route in 1971. Routes to America were added in the 1980s and destinations to Russia came on board over the next ten or so years. In 2004, it celebrated 35 years of aviation with a fresh new look and a new slogan, Excellence in Flight. Today the airline is recognised for the quality of its service not just by domestic passengers but also by its loyal following of international customers.