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Korean Air Flights

Korean Air, South Korea’s largest airline and the country’s official flag carrier, is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. The airline has hubs at the Incheon International Airport and the Gimpo International Airport. Formerly known as Korean National Airlines, it was founded in 1946 and has grown to have a fleet size of 173 aircraft. Korean Air is a member of the global airline alliance, SkyTeam, together with airlines such as Air France, Delta Air Lines, Garuda Indonesia, KLM, Saudia and Vietnam Airlines. 

 

Korean Air operates flights to over 125 destinations in 44 countries across Asia, Oceania, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas. Some of the more popular flight routes from Malaysia include flights to Seoul, New York, Los Angeles, Honolulu and Tokyo

Why fly with Korean Air

Check-in

Korean Air offers its passengers several ways to check in for flights. For passengers checking in at the airport, check-in counters close 20 minutes before departure time for domestic flights and 40 minutes for international flights. Check-in counters may close earlier at certain airports so be sure to check with your travel agent or local airport. To save time and for convenience, passengers can also opt to check-in online through the airline’s official website. This is available for passengers with valid e-Tickets travelling on Korean Air. Web check-in opens 48 hours before departure time and closes 40 minutes before departure for domestic flights and 1 hour for international flights. Be sure to provide accurate passport information to avoid any delay at the airport’s immigration check. Certain passengers would not be able to use the web check-in so be sure to check Korean Air’s official website for more information.

Baggage Allowances & fees

Cabin baggage

Class Maximum dimension Maximum weight allowance Number of carry-on items allowed
First class 115cm 18kg 1 + 1 small bag
Economy Class 115cm 12kg 1 + 1 small bag


Check-in baggage
Class Maximum dimension Maximum weight allowance Number of carry-on items allowed
Prestige/First class 158cm 32kg 1
Economy Class 158cm 23kg 1

Seating

Korean Air flights offer three types of cabin classes. The First Class is the most prestigious and luxurious of these cabin classes. First Class passengers are provided with a higher level of services from ground services to in-flight services. Depending on the aircraft, First Class passengers will be in comfort with Korean Air's Sleeper style seats that stretch to 180-degree fully flat beds or on newer aircraft, their Kosmo Suites that come equipped with louver sliding doors offering more privacy. Seats also stretch out to fully flat beds that are 79 inches long and 24 inches wide. In the Prestige Class cabin, seats also vary depending on the aircraft. Their Prestige Seat in Boeing 737 aircraft come with 21-inch wide seats with cushioned leg rests, and adjustable foot rests. In newer aircraft, they have the Prestige Suites with larger space and with 21-inch wide seats that open 180-degree to fully flat beds. Lastly, the Economy Class in Korean Air boasts of affordable luxury with 18-inch wide seats and 118-degree reclining back support.

In-flight services

Korean Air's in-flight audio-video on demand (AVOD) entertainment system comes fully loaded with a broad range of the movies from the latest Hollywood films to European and Asian classics. Favourite TV shows, documentaries and sports programs are available on demand. There is also an extensive library of music selections as well as games for kids to be entertained. In-flight meal service will also be available for all flights. Economy Class passengers are offered a variety of meals including traditional Korean fare like bibimbap and Gondrebap. Snack and beverages will also be available throughout the flight. Prestige Class and First Class passengers will be served a luxury Korean meal service along with unique wine and champagne complementary to the meal.

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Contact Korean Air

Call Centre

+60-3-2030-0200

Website

http://www.koreanair.com/

Twitter

https://twitter.com/KoreanAir_KE

Sales Office

6th Floor Menara Hap Seng (MUI Plaza)

No. 1 & 3, Jalan P.Ramlee

50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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