Articles tagged “korean air”

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United Airlines’ New Safety Video Just Dropped — and it Features 1,000 Dominoes

The roll-out comes at a sensitive time for the carrier as the FAA continues a major safety review into the company’s operations. 

United Airlines’ New Safety Video Just Dropped — and it Features 1,000 Dominoes

Airlines

Korean Air Seals Deal With Airbus to Replace Long-Haul Jets

Despite Boeing having its new 777X and 787 Dreamliner on offer, Airbus' best-selling widebody jet has clinched the deal.

Korean Air Seals Deal With Airbus to Replace Long-Haul Jets

Airlines

This Little-Known Korean Airline Is About to Shake Up European Travel

T'way Air is about to make the leap from regional low-cost player into a true transcontinental airline. History tells us that it may find this challenging.

This Little-Known Korean Airline Is About to Shake Up European Travel

Airlines

Japan Approves Korean Air and Asiana Mega-Merger, But Two Huge Hurdles Remain

Any celebration in Seoul will likely be muted, as airline chiefs know the biggest regulatory challenges are yet to come.

Japan Approves Korean Air and Asiana Mega-Merger, But Two Huge Hurdles Remain

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IDEAS: Korean Air’s New In-Flight Safety Video Stars Virtual Humans

Korean Air has released a new in-flight safety video starring virtual humans. Credit: Korean Air The new video, which takes place in the virtual ‘Korean Air Safety Lounge’ sees ‘Rina’ - a virtual human donning a Korean Air Flight Attendant uniform - giving the safety demonstration to a host of virtual passengers. The video covers…

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Delta Profit Intact After Controversial SkyMiles Changes

It must be nice having such loyal and high-spending customers as Delta.

Delta Profit Intact After Controversial SkyMiles Changes

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IDEAS: Korean Air Upcycles Crew Uniforms to Create First Aid Kits 

Korean Air has donated 500 first aid pouches made from recycled crew uniforms to local causes. The airline usually discards of crew uniforms when they reach the end of their life cycle, but under this new initiative, old pilot and cabin crew uniforms have been given a second lease of life having been upcycled into…

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Delta Air Lines Confident in Summer Travel Boom, Debunks Analysts’ Concerns

Any data showing a slowdown in travel bookings is just noise, as Delta executives see it. They say demand is strong, and have the numbers to back them up.

Delta Air Lines Confident in Summer Travel Boom, Debunks Analysts’ Concerns

Airlines

SkyTeam’s 19 Brands, Explained

As Asia begins to shake off Covid-19, the SkyTeam alliance will have recovery firmly in its sights.

SkyTeam’s 19 Brands, Explained

Airline Weekly

Korean Air, Japanese Airlines Could Benefit From Limits on U.S.-China Flights

Korean Air, in the late 1970s, lured Western travelers with a "Seoul Shortcut." It was making reference to the advantageous location of its Seoul hub, for routes between North America and Asia.

Korean Air, Japanese Airlines Could Benefit From Limits on U.S.-China Flights