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Korean Air Business Class Flights

Korean Air is based out of Seoul, with hubs in Incheon International Airport and Gimpo International Airport. It is a member of the SkyTeam airline alliance and is South Korea’s largest airline in terms of fleet size, number of international destinations, and number of international flights. It has a fleet size of 161 aircraft and operates scheduled flights to 125 cities in 43 countries across the globe. Since the airline began business in 1969, it has grown into one of the world’s foremost airlines. It has received a 4-star rating with Skytrax and was placed in the independent airline and airport review firm’s Top 40 Best Airlines list. It has received the certificate for ‘Number One Customer Satisfaction’ in international flights from the Korea Productivity Center, has been named the ‘Best Airline Company’ by Executive Travel USA, ‘Best Airline in Asia’ by Premier Traveler, and ‘Best Business Class’ by Travel+. Korean Air business class flights are synonymous with exemplary service and luxury, and travelers who choose this airline are always guaranteed a high-quality experience.

The Korean Air passenger fleet consists primarily of 21 Airbus A330-300s and 20 Boeing 777-300ERs. Other aircraft in the fleet include 8 Airbus A330-200s, 10 Airbus A380-800s, 17 Boeing 737-800s, 16 Boeing 737-900s, 6 Boeing 737- 900ERs, 4 Boeing 747-400s, 10 Boeing 747-81s, 14 Boeing 777-200ERs, 4 Boeing 777-300s, and 3 Boeing 787-9s. The airline has orders in to expand its range of aircraft to include Airbus A321neos, Boeing 737 MAX 8s, and Bombardier CS300s in the near future. Korean Air business class flights are available on a vast network around the globe. The 7 American routes include flights from Seoul Incheon Airport to Chicago, Dallas, Honolulu, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle. European routes include flights from Seoul to Barcelona, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London, Madrid, Milan, Paris, Prague, Rome, Vienna, and Zurich. Other Asian destinations are accessed via routes from Seoul to Bangkok, Cebu, Chiang Mai, Colombo, Da Nang, Delhi, Denpasar Bali, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Phuket, Taipei, Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo, Beijing, Hong Kong, and many more. Korean Air also operates routes to destinations in Oceania such as Auckland, Brisbane, Guam, and Sydney. The airline regularly adds more routes and increases the number of flights between popular destinations, so be sure to stay tuned for exciting new updates.

New York
Business Class $2,345
San Francisco
Business Class $2,323
Los Angeles
Business Class $2,448
Business Class $2,405
Business Class $2,409
Business Class $2,390
Business Class $2,407
Business Class $2,397
Business Class $2,408
Fares are TOTAL, starting prices, round trip, per traveler, including taxes and fees. One way flights are up to 50% less. Prices are subject to change and depend on availability at time of booking. No fare can be guaranteed until a ticket is issued.

There are four types of Prestige seating on Korean Air business class flights. Prestige Suite seats are dramatically large and cutting-edge seat-beds that recline 180 degrees, flattening fully. They are 21 inches wide with 75 inches of space between rows, ensuring optimal comfort and privacy, with direct aisle access. Prestige Sleeper seats recline 180 degrees into fully flat-lying seats that are 21.6 inches wide with 74 inches of space between rows, and are designed to provide the best comfort and a sense of freedom for passengers. These seats are equipped with one-touch controls that allow passengers to completely adjust the seat to match their body shape. Each seat is also equipped with wide-screen 15.4-inch LCD monitor screens that provide an enormous variety of in-flight entertainment with premium audio. Large, fully adjustable tables and convenient reading lamps ensure that you can work on the plane in supreme comfort with everything you need easily at hand. Prestige Plus seats are 21.5 inches wide with 60 inches of space between rows, and are fully adjustable with the touch of a button. Each of these seats is provided with a 10.4-inch LCD monitor, large side tables, adjustable mood lighting, reading lamps, and more. Even the small Boeing 737 Aircraft for short-haul flights are equipped with Prestige seating, maximizing comfort for the length of the journey with 21-inch seats, fully adjustable arm, leg, and foot rests, and deluxe on-demand audio and video systems. Every Prestige seat on Korean Air business class flights is equipped with an in-seat power supply system ensuring that your electronics stay charged for the duration of your journey, and include USB ports. Business class passengers each receive their very own luxury brand amenity kit that contains DAVI wine-extract face cream, eye gel, and lip balm, as well as an eye mask, toothbrush, toothpaste, earplugs, and more.


A two-time winner of the coveted Mercury Award, Korean Air takes luxury dining to the next level with a huge selection of tantalizing Korean, Chinese, Japanese, and Western menu items. Try authentic Korean dishes such as bibimbap, Korean-style Dongchimi noodles, fresh marinated crab, Kalbi-jjim braised beef short ribs, bulgogi with rice, and more, all served on elegantly designed Korean dishware. Choose from a list of carefully selected wines, such as Bordeaux, Bourgogne, and Alsace varieties, available on all flights, or other regional wines from California, Germany, or Italy, depending on the destination of the flight. The A380 aircraft include the impressive Celestial Bar area on board, which is a convenient and sophisticated relaxation space for both first and business class passengers. The exquisitely lit sky lounge is the epitome of chic, providing a wonderful space to relax and mingle as you sip on an expertly crafted cocktail.

Anyone who’s ever traveled on business class flights knows that the exclusive business class airport lounges are to die for, and Korean Air’s offerings in this department are no exception. Stop by any KAL or SkyTeam lounge before or after Korean Air business class flights for a wonderfully luxurious experience. Patrons can help themselves to hot and cold snacks at the all-hours buffet or order delightful gourmet meals from the regional and international menus. Unwind with massage or spa services, and freshen up in the shower rooms, which are always equipped with fresh, warm towels and deluxe toiletries. Alternatively, set your mind at ease and get that last bit of work finished at the convenient business center before takeoff.

Regardless of if you are heading out for a quick business trip or embarking on a luxuriously drawn-out vacation, Korean Air always provides an exemplary world- class service. Book your business class tickets today and prepare for the journey of a lifetime.