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Find cheap flights on Korean Air

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Korean Air information

IATA Code KE
Routes 260
Top route Jeju City to Seoul Gimpo Intl
Airports served 111
Top airport Seoul Incheon Intl

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Overall rating

8.7 Excellent
Based on 4,925 reviews

Boarding
8.9

Comfort
8.6

Crew
9.1

Entertainment
8.6

Food
8.5

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1026
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117
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Popular flight routes

Flight
Origin
Destination
Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.
S M T W T F S
1204
Jeju City
CJU
Seoul
GMP
1277
Seoul
GMP
Jeju City
CJU
1117
Seoul
GMP
Busan
PUS
1607
Seoul
GMP
Ulsan
USN
1126
Busan
PUS
Seoul
GMP
1602
Ulsan
USN
Seoul
GMP
36
Atlanta
ATL
Seoul
ICN
652
Bangkok
BKK
Seoul
ICN
35
Seoul
ICN
Atlanta
ATL
26
San Francisco
SFO
Seoul
ICN
   
37
Seoul
ICN
Chicago
ORD
   
25
Seoul
ICN
San Francisco
SFO
   
38
Chicago
ORD
Seoul
ICN
   
902
Paris
CDG
Seoul
ICN
     
901
Seoul
ICN
Paris
CDG
     
94
Washington
IAD
Seoul
ICN
     
93
Seoul
ICN
Washington
IAD
     
81
Seoul
ICN
New York
JFK
82
New York
JFK
Seoul
ICN
73
Seoul
ICN
Toronto
YYZ
       
74
Toronto
YYZ
Seoul
ICN
       
32
Dallas
DFW
Seoul
ICN
       
680
Hanoi
HAN
Seoul
ICN
       
31
Seoul
ICN
Dallas
DFW
       
907
Seoul
ICN
London
LHR
       
908
London
LHR
Seoul
ICN
       
17
Seoul
ICN
Los Angeles
LAX
       
18
Los Angeles
LAX
Seoul
ICN
       
1954
Jeju City
CJU
Cheongju
CJJ
1004
Jeju City
CJU
Busan
PUS
1001
Busan
PUS
Jeju City
CJU
1955
Cheongju
CJJ
Jeju City
CJU
 
684
Ho Chi Minh City
SGN
Seoul
ICN
   
906
Frankfurt am Main
FRA
Seoul
ICN
         
905
Seoul
ICN
Frankfurt am Main
FRA
         
71
Seoul
ICN
Vancouver
YVR
     
72
Vancouver
YVR
Seoul
ICN
     
622
Manila
MNL
Seoul
ICN
       
925
Seoul
ICN
Amsterdam
AMS
       
689
Seoul
ICN
Phnom Penh
PNH
       
690
Phnom Penh
PNH
Seoul
ICN
       
608
Hong Kong
HKG
Seoul
ICN
         
607
Seoul
ICN
Hong Kong
HKG
         
1906
Jeju City
CJU
Gwangju
KWJ
 
1905
Gwangju
KWJ
Jeju City
CJU
 
19
Seoul
ICN
Seattle
SEA
           
20
Seattle
SEA
Seoul
ICN
           
651
Seoul
ICN
Bangkok
BKK
         
672
Kuala Lumpur
KUL
Seoul
ICN
         
628
Jakarta
CGK
Seoul
ICN
         
627
Seoul
ICN
Jakarta
CGK
         
472
Yangon
RGN
Seoul
ICN
         
646
Singapore
SIN
Seoul
ICN
         
926
Amsterdam
AMS
Seoul
ICN
         
671
Seoul
ICN
Kuala Lumpur
KUL
         
645
Seoul
ICN
Singapore
SIN
         
704
Tokyo
NRT
Seoul
ICN
 
703
Seoul
ICN
Tokyo
NRT
     
831
Seoul
ICN
Shenyang
SHE
           
832
Shenyang
SHE
Seoul
ICN
           
691
Seoul
ICN
Taipei
TPE
     
692
Taipei
TPE
Seoul
ICN
     
632
Cebu City
CEB
Seoul
ICN
           
8941
Seoul
ICN
Tashkent
TAS
           
8942
Tashkent
TAS
Seoul
ICN
           

Overview of Korean Air

Depending on what amenities you would like to have access to while traveling, Korean Air has three classes that you can choose from, known as Economy, Prestige, and First. While Economy provides travelers with entertainment options and a standard seat, Prestige comes with perks such as a gourmet meal with drinks, a toiletry kit, and a wake-up service. If you opt for First, you will have access to an exclusive in-flight bar, a duvet, and a private suite that will allow you to lay on a comfortable bed.

If you would like to keep busy during your flight, consider downloading the beyond M app that was created by this airline in order to keep customers entertained while in the air. Through beyond M, you will be able to watch your choice of movies and television shows directly from your phone or laptop throughout the entire duration of your trip.

Korean Air is known for having codeshare agreements with many different international airlines, with some examples being Air France, Japan Airlines, and WestJet. Additionally, the company has voluntary interline agreements with two airlines, known as Flybe and JetBlue.

In Korean Air’s fleet, there are over 150 planes that come from five different companies. The most commonly used aircraft is the Boeing 777-300ER, as it can fit up to 227 passengers and is convenient for middle-range international flights. For long-haul flights, the airline often opts for the Airbus A380-800, a large plane that can fit over 400 passengers and is known for being both comfortable and spacious.

Korean Air Cancellation Policy

As the situation changes with coronavirus (COVID-19), Korean Air will continually update its policies accordingly. Please contact Korean Air directly for the latest information about cancellation fees. You can find the most up-to-date information on Korean Air policies here: Korean Air Travel Advisories & Policies
Flight status, cancellation, and delay data provided by Flightstats.com. Flightstats data may not always be accurate or error free. Always confirm the information provided here directly with your airline.
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