Korean Air renovate its aircrafts




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Airbus A330, Boeing B777, Boeing B777-300ER, Boeing B787, Korean Air, South Korea


8th May, 2009

South Korea’s flag carrier, Korean Air is renovating its aircrafts by offering its passengers the next generation premium seats. Moreover, Korean Air has accomplished the first phase of renovation of its 26 aircrafts comprising of Boeing B777-200s and B747-400s. Furthermore, Korean Air is looking forward to start up the second phase of renovation of its present 32 aircrafts consisting of Boeing B777s and Airbus A330s aircrafts in addition to 38 new aircrafts such as B777-300ERs, A380s and B787s to be delivered. In addition, Korean Air next generation premium seats which comprise of Kosmo Suites in First Class, Prestige Sleeper in Prestige Class and New Economy in Economy Class, will be make public when the airline new Boeing B777-300ER aircrafts will be delivered at the end of May 2009.

Source: Korean Air

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