Korean Air is the flag carrier of Korea and the countries largest airline. The Korean passengers’ carrier operates flights to destinations in Asia, Oceania, North America, and Europe.
Korean Air is owned by the Hanjin Group and has one subsidiary airline which is called Jin Air. The airline has over 20,000 employees.
- Parent company
- Hanjin Group
- Frequent Flyer Program
Korean Air was founded in 1962 by the Government of South Korea as Korean Air Lines. In 1969, the Hanjin Group became the airlines’ shareholder. In 1984, the airline changed its name from Korean Air Lines to the current name, Korean Air.
Passengers traveling in Economy Class are permitted to bring 1 piece of cabin luggage with a maximum weight of 12 kg. In First or Prestige Class are passengers allowed to bring 2 pieces of cabin baggage with a maximum combined weight of 18 kg. The amount of checked baggage allowance depends on the travel class and destination. Please consult website Korean Air to calculate the permitted amount of checked baggage.
Korean Air does not offer in-flight Wi-Fi on its flights.
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