Korean Air is the largest airline and a vital flag carrier of South Korea with main head offices situated in Seoul. A total of 130 cities in 45 countries is served by Korean Air's cargo division and international passenger division, while the domestic department serves 20 destinations. This airline comes under the top 20 airlines in terms of carrying passengers and ranked top as the international cargo airline. All flights take their flight from the Incheon International Airport that serves as Korea's main hub.
Reach of Korean Air
The Korean Air flies to 114 international destinations in 50 countries and 13 domestic destinations. As of August 2013, the airline ply's between Incheon and 22 cities in China.
Cabin Services, In-flight Amenities
During the flight, duty-free shopping is available as well as in-flight internet can be accessed for emailing and video conferencing.
Access to on-board power supply gives the passengers a chance to use their own electronic device such as laptops, cell phones and iPods.
Various types of meals are served that are accompanied by drinks and appetizers, keeping in mind the style and the taste of passengers on-board.
Speaking of Cabin Classes, Korean Air offers 4 types of First Class, 3 types of Business Class and 2 types of Economy Class to its passengers.
Passengers come across 'Kosmo Suites' on Boeing 777-300ER and on 777-200ER fleet; 'Kosmo Sleeper' on Boeing 747-400 and 777-200ER. Both these Cabin Classes have seats that recline to 180 degree.
This class includes 'Prestige Sleeper' seats on the entire A380 fleet, on the entire 777-300ER and 777-200ER along with 'Kosmo Suites'. The Prestige Sleeper seats recline to 180 degrees, while Prestige Plus reclines upto 172 degrees.
The seats in Economy Class recline upto 121 degrees and to upgrade that, a New Economy Class is being installed on all Boeing 777-300ER and 777-200ER aircrafts.