Korean Air Airlines

Korean Air is South Korea’s largest airline, offering more international destinations and flights than any carrier in the country, serving 20 domestic destinations and 130 overseas. With over 23 million passengers annually, Korean Air features among the leading 20 airlines in the world in terms of numbers carried, while its fleet of 155 aircraft also make it the largest carrier in the region.

Originally formed in 1946 as Korean National Airlines, the company began operating as a privatised airline in 1969. Korean Air is also a founder member of the second largest alliance in the world, SkyTeam.

Korean Air, which has demonstrated an excellent safety record in recent years, has received a variety of awards including Asia’s Best Airline in 2012 according to votes cast by readers of ‘Business Traveler’. The airline is also a sponsor of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.

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Korean Air flys to:
Auckland, Amsterdam, Stockholm - Arlanda, Bangkok, Mumbai, Boston, Paris - Ch. De Gaulle, Jakarta, Copenhagen, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denpasar/Bali, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Guadalajara, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Phuket, Honolulu, Washington - Dulles, Incheon - Incheon Intl, New York - John F Kennedy International, Osaka - Kansai International, Kuala Lumpur, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, London - Heathrow, Manchester, Orlando, Mexico City, Miami, Manila, Munich, Nadi, Nagoya, Tokyo - Narita, Chicago - OHare, Oslo, Portland, Beijing (Peking), Shanghai, San Diego, Santiago de Chile, Seattle, San Francisco, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore, Taipei, Berlin - Tegel, Vienna, Warsaw, Vancouver, Toronto

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China's warplanes hold drill near Japan, South Korea, Taiwan | SunStar - Sun.Star
BEIJING -- China sent several warplanes on a long-range drill to the Sea of Japan on Monday, December 18, and also conducted drills around rival Taiwan, moved that prompted South Korea to scramble fighter jets and could raise concerns about Beijing's ...
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Delta expands Korean Air codeshare routes from Jan 2018 ? https://t.co/bhSEoVlHVI
Chinese Aircraft Drills Penetrate South Korean, Japanese Air Defense Identification Zones - Breitbart News
Senior analyst Ben Ho of Nanyang Technological University predicted the incident would be only a minor bump in China-South Korea relations, even though Chinese warplanes violated South Korean air defense space only a few days after South Korean ...
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ADEX 2017: Korean Air promotes crewless aircraft Amongst its range of UAVs covering the tactical to strate https://t.co/AzOWF8wZLf #drones
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@Albertoriva Also, that's quite the size difference between those two Korean Air planes in the foreground!
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Chinese Aircraft Drills Penetrate South Korean and Japanese Air Defense Identification Zones https://t.co/HoQAIKbmEE
China conducts air force drills over Sea of Japan and Taiwan - Business Day
Beijing — China's air force carried out another round of long-range drills on Monday, flying into the Sea of Japan and prompting South Korean and Japanese jets to scramble, and again around Taiwan amid growing tension over China's assertiveness. In ...
Beijing plays down South Korea's claims Chinese warplanes breached its air defence zone - Korea Times
Seoul on Monday accused Beijing of infringing its air defence identification zone after China's air force conducted a long-range exercise into the Sea of Japan. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said five Chinese military aircraft were detected ...
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