What is Korean Air? - Explained


Korean Air

1. What is Korean Air?

Korean Air is the South Korean flag carrier airliner and the largest airliner based in South Korea. Korean Air flies to 127 destinations in 44 countries in the world as the cargo and passenger airliner. Korean Air is operated with the fleet of Airbus and Boeing majorly.

Korean Air is a member of the Sky Team and the airliner operates on Incheon International Airport and Gimpo International Airport.

2. History

Korean Air was founded by the South Korean Government in 1946. In 1969 Airline was fully privatized by the Korean Government and Korean Air is operated by the Hanjin Group. Korean Air is currently traded publicly on the Korean Stock Exchange and headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.