Korean Air

Korean Air

IATA Code      KE

Year Founded      1969

Destinations         150

Number of aircraft in fleet        180

Headquarters        Seoul, South Korea

About Korean Air

Korean Air Lines, most commonly known as Korean Air, has its headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, and is South Korea’s largest airline based on fleet size, international destinations and international flights. The airport hub for Korean Air is the world-class Incheon International Airport. If you’re flying Korean Air you’ll have the choice of three cabin classes: Economy, Prestige Class and First Class. Korean Air operates scheduled flights to 124 cities in 44 cities worldwide, including 13 cities in Korea. The airline flies direct to Brisbane and Sydney and, as part of the SkyTeam global airline alliance, also flies to Adelaide, Alice Springs and Cairns.

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