Korean Air is the national airline and the largest air carrier in South Korea. The company was founded in 1969 and today operates flights to approximately 130 cities around the world. Korean Air is one of the founders of the large SkyTeam alliance, which is considered one of the most respected in the world. Korean Air is a subsidiary of Hanjin.
The fleet consists of 133 aircrafts. The most popular model is the Boeing 777-300ER (26 planes).
Korean Air, for example, flies to the following cities: Yerevan, Vienna, Sydney, Brussels, Santiago, Vancouver, Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Paris, Cairo, Tbilisi, Munich, Frankfurt.
Arrivals terminal at JFK
The airline’s flights are served by terminal 1. There are flights that the company operates in cooperation with other airlines. For example, the list of partners includes KLM, Aeromexico, Etihad Airways, Japan Airlines. Such flights are served by terminals 2 and 4.
The situation is the same as in the case of arrivals. It is important to remember that terminals can change, so you need to look for reliable information before flying in order to avoid unpleasant surprises.
Check-in is a mandatory procedure for all passengers. After passing it, you will receive a boarding pass. Check-in is carried out in the terminal from where the flight departs.