Korean Air Reviews

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Cho Yang-Ho

The South Korean flag carrier was initially known as “Korean Air Lines;” the airline was established in 1962 by the South Korean Government. The purpose of creating a new airline was to replace Korean National Airlines. The current CEO and Chairman of Korean Air, Mr. Cho, is a 66-year-old Korean and is also the Chairman of the Hanjin Transport Group.

The largest airline in South Korea is known as Daehan Hanggong in their language or Korean Air Line Co., Ltd. but is operating as Korean Air. Now, Korean Air operates from Seoul Gimpo International Airport and Seoul Incheon International Airport, and has a fleet size of 158; this consists of of 29 Airbus A330, 10 Airbus A380, 40 Boeing 737 Next Gen, 37 Boeing 747, and 42 Boeing 777. To expand their fleet soon, they ordered 2 new Boeing 787.

As part of the SkyTeam alliance, developments are continuous. Did you know that in the 2018 Winter Olympics, Korean Air will be the sponsor? The recently nominated airline as “Leading international airline” has also been consecutively nominated as “Asia’s Leading Airline” and “World’s Most Innovative Airline – First Class.”

Flying with Korean Air

Korean Air Reviews-cabinPassengers in flight on Korean Air are served with a choice of Western cuisine or their famous Korean dishes with selections of juices, soft drinks or bottled water. However, the meals may vary depending on whether you’re flying Economy, Prestige or First Class.

For entertainment, seat back AVOD (audio/video on demand) are available for passengers’ usage wherein customers can enjoy a variety of the latest movies, shows, music, and even games to play with.

Korean Air’s SKYPASS helps customers to get discounts by earning Miles (pointing system) every time they fly with the national airline of South Korea. Redeemable choices include hotel reservations, car rental services, and bonus flight tickets.

Official Website and Mobile App

Browsing through the official page, we can get the friendly Korean vibe. There are several good things mentioned on Korean reviews regarding their website. It’s user-friendly or easy to navigate, modernized and informative. Travellers can actually book a flight, check-in, schedule, and check the status of their flights.
Korean Air Reviews-mobile-appIt is not that visible, but if customers want to change the country and language settings, the option is found at the top left of the page. With this, travellers who cannot understand English or are more comfortable with Spanish will still be able to work around the website.

The bottom part of the page promotes the airline’s latest deals and shows images of tourist attractions and prices depending upon the package’s offer.

The mobile version’s features are similar to the PC version like booking international or domestic flights, check-in online, flight schedule and status, managing booking, and ticketing. All of these features are available as well on their mobile app which is free to download at the App Store and Google Play Store.

How To Reach Them?

  • Website URL:                    www.koreanair.com
  • Contact Number:              +82 22 656 20 01
  • Contact Email:                  hmookch@koreanair.com
  • Fax Number:                     +82 22 656 72 89
  • Head Office Address:       Korean Air Operations Center, 1370, Gonghang-Dong,
                                                  Gangseo-gu, Seoul, 157712, South Korea

Korean Air Reviews-crewConclusion

South Korea is booming nowadays, not just in their entertainment industry, but obviously including their travel market and tourism. This year, they are still part of the top 100 airlines, ranking at 36th (which is two places up from being 38th last year). Who wouldn’t love the airline that gives its own country’s vibe?

Have you flown with Korean Air? Feel free to share your experience below.

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