Korean Air Fleet Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Details and Pictures

Korean Air Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner HL8081

Korean Air Fleet Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Details and Pictures. Currently, Korean Air operates 10 brand new wide-body aircraft Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.

Korean Air configured their B787-9 Dreamliner with 269 seats in Prestige Business and Economy Class.

On July 8, 2014, Launch customer Air New Zealand took its first 787-9, in a distinctive black livery in a ceremony at Paine Field.

Its first commercial flight was from Auckland to Sydney on August 9, 2014.

The 787-9 was to begin commercial service with All Nippon Airways on August 7, 2014.

United Airlines was to start the longest nonstop scheduled 787 service between Los Angeles and Melbourne in October 2014.

Air China started a 787-9 route between Beijing and Chengdu in May 2016.

Korean Air Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner HL7208 at Toronto Pearson International Airport
Korean Air Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner HL7208 at Toronto Pearson International Airport

Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Korean Air Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeReg
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerHL7206
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerHL7207
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerHL7208
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerHL7209
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerHL8081
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerHL8082
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerHL8083
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerHL8084
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerHL8085
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerHL8345

Korean Air Fleet Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Korean’s 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft is one of the most technologically advanced aircraft flying.

These aircraft are generally used on international long haul routes.

Prestige Business, and Economy seating is available.

Prestige configured with 24 lie flat seats, and Economy is configured with 247 standard seats.

Korean Air’s 787-9 economy cabin is one of the most comfortable in the industry, thanks primarily to the generous pitch for standard seats (up to 34 inches).

Some airlines charge extra for that kind of legroom, but everyone gets it here.

To give you an idea of how roomy this plane is, American Airlines has 285 seats on its 787-9s (including 30 flat-bed premium seats) and United has 252 (including a whopping 48 lie-flat seats).

Korean Air has 269 total seats, but only 24 in the premium cabins — so while the airline could easily add more economy passengers, it’s elected to maximize legroom instead.

Each economy seat has its own 10.6-inch touchscreen entertainment system.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Korean Air

Widebody aircraft Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Korean Air with 2 cabin classes: Prestige (Business Class), and Economy Class.

Below you will find an interactive seat map of the aircraft cabin with marked drawbacks and features.

This seating chart will help you to find the best seats on the aircraft.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner Korean Air
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner Korean Air

Prestige Business Class

  • Provides 75 inch of total personal space
  • Easy aisle access without interference from other passengers
  • Heightened sense of widened space regardless of the seat position
  • Enlarged storage space for laptops or personal belongings
  • Enlarged 17 inch LCD monitor

Even if there is a passenger sitting next to you or you are in the window seat, there is easy access to the aisle without disturbing anyone or you being disturbed.

75 inch private space ensures very comfortable space to relax and rest.

Complete privacy thanks to the higher partitions.

Enjoy the high-tech in-flight entertainment system with improved response time and the movie theater in the sky with even bigger 18 inch personal LCD monitor with higher resolution for minimized fatigue.

The 4.3 inch touch screen on the remote control not only allows you to control the monitor, but also offers you access to other functions with its multitasking system.

Designed to light only a selected area to reduce eye fatigue, the reading lamp is fully adjustable to provide light exactly where it’s needed.

Conveniently store your laptop and belongings in the personal storage.

The intuitive icons and user-friendly seat controls make it easy to find your most comfortable position.

Economy Class

  • Comfortable and distinctive seats with up to 34″ seat pitch
  • Efficiently designed with sliding cushions for easier reclining
  • Headrest customized to adapt to a variety of positions
  • 10.6″ LCD monitor at every seat
  • Convenient tray tables with bi-folding and sliding features
  • Personal coat hanger for each seat

The new 17.2-inch wide seat with sliding cushion and 118-degree reclining back support offers exceptional comfort unlike any other economy-class seat.

Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Korean Air Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Korean Air offers audio selections in all classes of service with Audio and Video onDemand.
  • Video. This aircraft offers personal seatback Audio and Video onDemand TV’s in all classes on service. AVOD allows passengers to select any channel at any time. First Class seats are equipped with a 23-inch LCD monitors, Prestige Class seats are equipped with a 15.4-inch LCD monitors, and Economy Class seats are equipped with a 10.6-inch LCD monitors.
  • AC Power. Prestige Class seats have access to an AC power port. USB power ports for laptops, tablets, and mobiles are available at every seat.
  • Food. On all international flights, complimentary beverage and meal service is offered in all classes.

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Korean Air Fleet Boeing 777-300ER Details and Pictures

Boeing 777 3B5ER HL7784 Korean Air at McCarran International Airport

Korean Air Fleet Boeing 777-300ER Details and Pictures. As of today, Korean Air operates 26 wide-body aircraft Boeing 777-300ER.

This aircraft shares similar configuration with the Boeing 777-300.

The cabin layout with three class, First, Prestige Business, and Economy Class.

The first -300ER was delivered to Air France on April 29, 2004.

The -300ER is the best-selling 777 variant, having surpassed the -200ER in orders in 2010 and deliveries in 2013.

Several airlines have acquired the 777-300ER as a 747-400 replacement amid rising fuel prices given its 20% fuel burn advantage.

Boeing 777 3B5ER HL7783 SKYTEAM Livery Korean Air at Hong Kong International Airport
Boeing 777 3B5ER HL7783 SKYTEAM Livery Korean Air at Hong Kong International Airport

Boeing 777-300ER Korean Air Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeReg
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL7202
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL7203
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL7204
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL7205
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL7782
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL7783
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL7784
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8006
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8007
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8008
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8009
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8010
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8011
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8041
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8042
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8208
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8209
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8210
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8216
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8217
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8218
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8250
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8274
Boeing 777-3B5(ER)HL8275
Boeing 777-300(ER)HL8346
Boeing 777-300(ER)HL8347

Korean Air Fleet Boeing 777-300ER Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Korea Air operates two cabin version of this B777-300ER.

First version Korean Air’s B777-300ER aircraft is equipped with 277 seats and offers three classes of service: First, Prestige, and Economy.

First Class seats are open suite flat bed seats, Prestige Class also features flat bed seats.

Second version Korean Air’s B777-300ER aircraft is equipped with 291 seats and offers three classes of service: First, Prestige, and Economy.

First Class seats are open suite flat bed seats, and Prestige seats are flat bed seats.

Seats in First Class are Kosmo flat bed suites and seats in Prestige Class are Prestige Sleeper flat bed seats.

All seats in this aircraft are fitted with AVOD entertainment and in-seat power ports.

The following rows may be used as reference: First Class are rows 1-2; Prestige Class are rows 7-15; and Economy ends at row 53.

Currently, Kosmo Suites 2.0 on the 777 offer 20.6″ in width and 83″ in pitch, while Kosmo Suites 2.0 on the 747 offer 20.1″ in width and 83″ in pitch.

At first glance, you may think that a 20.6″ seat is nothing special.

But when the armrests are lowered in bed mode, your true bed width will be around 24-25″.

The Kosmo Suites 2.0 cabins aboard the 777 contain 8 seats across 2 rows in a 1-2-1 configuration.

For the most privacy, you’ll likely want to choose seats in row 2 due to the distance from the lavatories and galley.

The 777 has 2 versions, which we need to discuss.

There was no difference in first class, but the difference in business class is quite stark.

Some 777s have Apex Suites, while other 777s have ordinary lie-flat seats in a 2-3-2 configuration.

Because Apex Suites are much more private and feature a preferable seat map, you’ll want to select the Apex Suites when possible.

The 777 Apex Suites are 20.6″ wide and 75″ in pitch, and there are 42 business class seats spread out across 7 rows in a 2-2-2 configuration

There are 227 seats in the economy seat map, which is laid out in a 3-3-3 configuration.

The best seats are in row 28, which is situated at the exit row and has a lot of extra legroom.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777-300ER Korean Air

Widebody aircraft Boeing 777-300ER Korean Air with 3 cabin classes: First Class, Prestige (Business Class), and Economy Class.

Below you will find an interactive seat map of the aircraft cabin with marked drawbacks and features.

This seating chart will help you to find the best seats on the aircraft.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Korean Air Boeing 777 300ER 277 Pax
Seat Map and Seating Chart Korean Air Boeing 777 300ER 277 Pax
Seat Map and Seating Chart Korean Air Boeing 777 300ER 291 Pax
Seat Map and Seating Chart Korean Air Boeing 777 300ER 291 Pax

First Class

  • Complete privacy with the sliding door
  • Personal closet
  • More spacious seat (32″ in the bed position)
  • Comfortable and elegant cabin atmosphere created by the ambient light
  • Enlarged 24″ LCD monitor

Features may vary depending on the aircraft.

Experience a complete, top quality service with ultimate privacy
provided by the sliding door and with upgraded high-technology – the new Kosmo Suites 2.0

The louver sliding door will allow you to see through when seated inside with the door closed but you can’t be viewed by anyone from outside and the extra 24cm to the partition (total 139cm) offers the ultimate in spacious privacy.

At 83 inches wide, the seat is 79-inch-long and 24 inches wide offering comfort and freedom.

The seat in its bed position, with fully unfolded leg-rest, provides the comfort of a perfect bed for rest during the long flight hours.

Enjoy the high-tech in-flight entertainment system with improved response time – with an even larger 24 inch personal LCD monitor with higher resolution for easy viewing – it’s a movie theater in the sky.

Made by Bose®, the world-renowned sound system maker, this ear-friendly headset offers the very best in both audio quality and noise isolation.

The sophisticated metallic seat control button with the intuitive design provides an easy-to-use operation.

Retraction (front and back mobility) and Lumbar (back cushion) are new additions to the seats.

The internally lit personal closet within the individual seating area provides safe and neat storage.

The storage box is perfect for laptops and other personal items, giving lots of space for all belongings.

Designed to light only a selected area to reduce eye fatigue, the reading lamp is fully adjustable to provide light exactly where it’s needed.

The mood lamp creates a pleasant, relaxing atmosphere for your ultimate comfort.

Integrated push and release mechanism on the 26” x 23”width 26 inches, height 23 inches tray table makes the tray table operable with just one hand.

Prestige Business Class

  • Provides 75 inch of total personal space
  • Easy aisle access without interference from other passengers
  • Heightened sense of widened space regardless of the seat position
  • Enlarged storage space for laptops or personal belongings
  • Enlarged 18 inch LCD monitor

The bed length is shorter than a seat pitch.

Even if there is a passenger sitting next to you or you are in the window seat, there is easy access to the aisle without disturbing anyone or you being disturbed.

75 inch private space ensures very comfortable space to relax and rest.

Complete privacy thanks to the higher partitions.

Enjoy the high-tech in-flight entertainment system with improved response time and the movie theater in the sky with even bigger 18 inch personal LCD monitor with higher resolution for minimized fatigue.

The 4.3 inch touch screen on the remote control not only allows you to control the monitor, but also offers you access to other functions with its multitasking system.

Designed to light only a selected area to reduce eye fatigue, the reading lamp is fully adjustable to provide light exactly where it’s needed.

Conveniently store your laptop and belongings in the personal storage.

The intuitive icons and user-friendly seat controls make it easy to find your most comfortable position.

Economy Class

  • Ergonomically designed seats to enjoy a comfortable flight
  • A wide seat of 18.1 inch with a maximum of 34 inch space in between is equipped with a back rest that can be reclined up to 118 degrees.
  • Every seat has a 11.1 inch LCD screen and the most advanced AVOD(Audio & Video on Demand) providing a variety of in-flight entertainment.

The new 17.2-inch wide seat with sliding cushion and 118-degree reclining back support offers exceptional comfort unlike any other economy-class seat.

Boeing 777-300ER Korean Air Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Korean Air offers audio selections in all classes of service with Audio and Video onDemand.
  • Video. This aircraft offers personal seatback Audio and Video onDemand TV’s in all classes on service. AVOD allows passengers to select any channel at any time.
  • AC Power. All First and Prestige Class seats have access to an AC power port. In Economy, power ports are shared between seats. 
  • Food. On all international flights, complimentary beverage and meal service is offered in all classes.

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Korean Air Fleet Boeing 777-300 Details and Pictures

Boeing 777 3B5 HL7533 Korean Air at Narita International Airport

Korean Air Fleet Boeing 777-300 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Korean Air operates 4 wide-body aircraft Boeing 777-300.

This aircraft is stretched version from original Boeing 777-200/ER.

Its operating empty weight with Rolls-Royce engines in typical tri-class layout is 343,300 lb (155.72 t) compared to 307,300 lb (139.38 t) for a similarly configured -200.

Boeing wanted to deliver 170 -300s by 2006 and to produce 28 per year by 2002, to replace Boeing 747 Classics, burning one-third less fuel with 40% lower maintenance costs.

The last -300 was delivered in 2006 while the longer-range -300ER started deliveries in 2004.

Boeing 777 3B5 HL7532 Korean Air at Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Boeing 777 3B5 HL7532 Korean Air at Ninoy Aquino International Airport

Boeing 777-300 Korean Air Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeReg
Boeing 777-3B5HL7532
Boeing 777-3B5HL7533
Boeing 777-3B5HL7534
Boeing 777-3B5HL7573

Korean Air Fleet Boeing 777-300 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Korean Air’s B777-300 aircraft is equipped with 338 seats and offers three classes of service: First, Prestige, and Economy.

First Class and Prestige Class seats are flat bed seats with 180 degree recline.

Seats in First Class are Sleeper flat bed seats and seats in Prestige Class are Prestige Sleeper flat bed seats.

All seats in this aircraft are fitted with AVOD entertainment and in-seat power ports.

The following rows may be used as reference: First Class are row 1; Prestige Class are rows 7-11; and Economy ends at row 63.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777-300 Korean Air

Widebody aircraft Boeing 777-300 Korean Air with 3 cabin classes: First Class, Prestige (Business Class), and Economy Class.

Below you will find an interactive seat map of the aircraft cabin with marked drawbacks and features.

This seating chart will help you to find the best seats on the aircraft.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300 Korean Air
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300 Korean Air

First Class

  • The magnificent and comforting shades of Korea’s famous celadon color.
  • 180° flat sleeper seat
  • 17″ LCD monitor for superior quality display
  • Enjoy privacy in a personal space that is almost enclosed
  • Adjust to the most comfortable position at the simple touch of a button
  • Adjustable lighting to suit your every need and mood

Prestige Business Class

  • Abundant space between seats provides privacy and comfort
  • 15.4″ LCD monitor for quality viewing
  • Easy remote controls provide simple yet diverse functions
  • Convenient and simple one-touch seat control
  • Larger privacy partitions and adjustable personal reading lamp with adjustable brightness

The 20.1-inch wide seat with 74 inches of space between rows guarantees the best comfort and freedom during your flight.

The back support and footrest are fully adjustable and a one-touch button offers convenience and freedom to change seat positions to suit your needs.

A 15.4-inch LCD monitor and great audio and video on demand choice, providing a variety in in-flight entertainment.

Economy Class

  • Ergonomically designed seats to enjoy a comfortable flight
  • A wide seat of 18.1 inch with a maximum of 34 inch space in between is equipped with a back rest that can be reclined up to 118 degrees.
  • Every seat has a 10.6 inch LCD screen and the most advanced AVOD(Audio & Video on Demand) providing a variety of in-flight entertainment.

The new 18-inch wide seat with sliding cushion and 118-degree reclining back support offers exceptional comfort unlike any other economy-class seat.

Boeing 777-300 Korean Air Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Korean Air offers audio selections in all classes of service with Audio and Video onDemand.
  • Video. This aircraft offers personal seatback Audio and Video onDemand TV’s in both classes on service. AVOD allows passengers to select any channel at any time. First Class seats are equipped with a 10.4-inch LCD monitor, Prestige Class seats are equipped with a 15.4-inch LCD monitor, and Economy Class seats are equipped with a 10.6-inch LCD monitor.
  • AC Power. All First and Prestige Class seats as well as every 2-4 Economy class seats have a 110v AC power port. An adapter is not required.
  • Food. On all international flights, complimentary beverage and meal service is offered in all classes.

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Korean Air Fleet Boeing 777-200ER Details and Pictures

Boeing 777 2B5ER HL7714 Korean Air at Narita International Airport

Korean Air Fleet Boeing 777-200ER Details and Pictures. Korean Air operates 14 passenger aircraft Boeing 777-200ER on long-haul international flights.

There’s also freighter/cargo version on Korean Air fleet.

This aircraft configured with First Class, Prestige Business Class, and Economy Class.

Korean Air operates 2 version of this aircraft, its 248 and 261 pax configuration.

The first Boeing 777-200ER was delivered British Airways on February 6, 1997.

Direct market competitors include the Airbus A330-300, the Airbus A350 XWB, and the out-of-production A340 and McDonnell Douglas MD-11.

Boeing 777 2B5ER Korean Air HL7598 at Toronto Pearson Airport
Boeing 777 2B5ER Korean Air HL7598 at Toronto Pearson Airport

Boeing 777-200ER Korean Air Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeReg
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7526
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7530
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7531
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7574
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7575
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7598
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7714
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7715
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7721
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7751
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7752
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7764
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7765
Boeing 777-2B5(ER)HL7766
Boeing 777-FB5 CargoHL8005
Boeing 777-FB5 CargoHL8043
Boeing 777-FB5 CargoHL8044
Boeing 777-FB5 CargoHL8045
Boeing 777-FB5 CargoHL8046
Boeing 777-FEZ CargoHL8075
Boeing 777-FB5 CargoHL8076
Boeing 777-FB5 CargoHL8077
Boeing 777-FB5 CargoHL8226
Boeing 777-FB5 CargoHL8251
Boeing 777-FB5 CargoHL8252
Boeing 777-FB5 CargoHL8285

Korean Air Fleet Boeing 777-200ER Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Korean Air operates two versions of the B777-200ER aircraft.

First version is equipped with 248 seats and offers three classes of service: First, Prestige Business, and Economy.

Second version is equipped with 261 seats and offers three classes of service: First, Prestige, and Economy.

Seats in First Class are Kosmo open suites and seats in Prestige Business Class are Prestige Sleeper flat bed seats.

All seats in this aircraft are fitted with AVOD entertainment and in-seat power ports.

This version of the 772 features Korean Air’s newer Economy Class designed slim seat, that offers more room and improved AVOD IFE.

The following rows may be used as reference: First Class are rows 1-2; Prestige Class are rows 7-10; and Economy ends at row 52.

Korean Air’s business class features two almost identical cabins of 14 seats each, in a 2-3-2 configuration.

While the seats are fully flat and great for shorthaul flights, they’re kind of less amazing for longhaul flights on 19-year-old planes.

The one and probably only difference between the two cabins is between row 8 and 10.

Row 10 is normal, but row 8 is missing a window.

The window missing isn’t the one next to the seat, but rather the one in the middle.

So if you’re in the window seat, you’re fine, but you won’t get a clear view when craning your neck if you’re in an aisle seat.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777-200ER Korean Air

Widebody aircraft Boeing 777-200ER Korean Air with 3 cabin classes: First Class, Prestige (Business Class), and Economy Class.

Below you will find an interactive seat map of the aircraft cabin with marked drawbacks and features.

This seating chart will help you to find the best seats on the aircraft.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Korean Air Boeing 777 200ER 248 Pax
Seat Map and Seating Chart Korean Air Boeing 777 200ER 248 Pax
Seat Map and Seating Chart Korean Air Boeing 777 200ER 261 Pax
Seat Map and Seating Chart Korean Air Boeing 777 200ER 261 Pax

First Class

  • Taller partitions ensure complete privacy
  • Luxurious wood accent
  • 23″ LCD monitors for superior display
  • Convenience and comfort with one-touch seat adjustments
  • Elegant and functional table with lush wood finish
  • Spacious compartments for personal items

At 26.5 inches wide, the seat in the Kosmo Suites is 5.9 inches wider than a regular first-class seat.

The 79-inch-long one-piece, seamless seat mat ensures maximum comfort.

A 23-inch high-resolution LCD monitor and advanced audio and video on demand offer a superb viewing experience in the air.

Designed to light only a selected area to reduce eye fatigue, the reading lamp is fully adjustable to provide light exactly where it’s needed.

Made by Bose®, the world-renowned sound system maker, this ear-friendly headset offers the very best in both audio quality and noise isolation.

Prestige Business Class

  • Abundant space between seats provides privacy and comfort
  • 15.4″ LCD monitor for quality viewing
  • Easy remote controls provide simple yet diverse functions
  • Convenient and simple one-touch seat control
  • Larger privacy partitions and adjustable personal reading lamp with adjustable brightness

The 20.1-inch wide seat with 74 inches of space between rows guarantees the best comfort and freedom during your flight.

The back support and footrest are fully adjustable and a one-touch button offers convenience and freedom to change seat positions to suit your needs.

A 15.4-inch LCD monitor and great audio and video on demand choice, providing a variety in in-flight entertainment.

Economy Class

  • Comfortable and distinctive seats with up to 34″ seat pitch
  • Efficiently designed with sliding cushions for easier reclining
  • Headrest customized to adapt to a variety of positions
  • 10.6″ LCD monitor at every seat
  • Convenient tray tables with bi-folding and sliding features
  • Personal coat hanger for each seat

The new 18-inch wide seat with sliding cushion and 118-degree reclining back support offers exceptional comfort unlike any other economy-class seat.

Boeing 777-200ER Korean Air Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Korean Air offers audio selections in all classes of service with Audio and Video onDemand.
  • Video. This aircraft offers personal Audio and Video onDemand TV’s in all classes of service. AVOD allows passengers to select any channel at any time. First Class seats are equipped with a 23-inch LCD monitor, Prestige Class seats are equipped with a 15.4-inch LCD monitor, and Economy Class seats are equipped with a 10.6-inch LCD monitor.
  • AC Power. All First and Prestige Class seats as well as every 2-4 Economy class seats have a 110v AC power port. An adapter is not required.
  • Food. On all international flights, complimentary beverage and meal service is offered in all classes.

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Korean Air Fleet Boeing 747-8i Details and Pictures

HL7631 Boeing 747 8B5 Korean Air at London Heathrow Airport

Korean Air Fleet Boeing 747-8i Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Korean Air operates 10 passenger aircraft Boeing 747-8i.

The Boeing 747-8 is a wide-body jet airliner developed by Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

It was officially announced in 2005. The 747-8 is the third generation of the 747, with a lengthened fuselage, redesigned wings, new engines, and improved efficiency.

Similar with the older Boeing 747-400, Korean Air also configured this aircraft with First Class, Prestige Business Class, and Economy Class.

The first 747-8 Intercontinental was delivered to Lufthansa on May 5, 2012, and began operating the version on flights from Frankfurt to Washington, D.C., on June 1, 2012.

Boeing 747 8B5 Korean Air HL7642 at London Heathrow Airport
Boeing 747 8B5 Korean Air HL7642 at London Heathrow Airport

Boeing 747-8i Korean Air Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeReg
Boeing 747-8HTF CargoHL7609
Boeing 747-8HTF CargoHL7610
Boeing 747-8B5F CargoHL7617
Boeing 747-8B5F CargoHL7623
Boeing 747-8B5F CargoHL7624
Boeing 747-8B5F CargoHL7629
Boeing 747-8B5HL7630
Boeing 747-8B5HL7631
Boeing 747-8B5HL7632
Boeing 747-8B5HL7633
Boeing 747-8B5HL7636
Boeing 747-8B5HL7637
Boeing 747-8B5HL7638
Boeing 747-8B5F CargoHL7639
Boeing 747-8B5HL7642
Boeing 747-8B5HL7643
Boeing 747-8B5HL7644

Korean Air Fleet Boeing 747-8i Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Korean Air’s B747-8I aircraft is equipped with 368 seats and offers three classes of service: First, Prestige, and Economy.

First Class seats are open suite flat bed seats, Prestige Class also features flat bed seats.

Seats in First Class are Kosmo flat bed suites and seats in Prestige Class are Prestige Sleeper flat bed seats.

All seats in this aircraft are fitted with AVOD entertainment and in-seat power ports.

The Korean Air First Class cabin is located in the nose of the Boeing 747-8.

The First Class cabin is configured with only 6 seats in a 1 x 1 layout but unlike on their Airbus A380s, there is no onboard bar or communal social area.

This aircraft features Korean Air’s new Kosmo 2.0 First Class Suites.

These fully enclosed suites are spacious, have a ton of storage spaces and offer an incredible amount of privacy.

The suites themselves are elegantly designed but the cabin as a whole feels a little sterile and boring.

Other than their Tiffany Blue upholstery, there are no design elements or pops of color to showcase this beautiful cabin.

But with only 6 suites and no overhead bins in the First Class cabin, the entire space feels very exclusive, private and incredibly spacious.

Each individual suite features a large, personal locker with enough storage room for your carry-on luggage, personal items, clothes and everything else.

You can also store carry-on items underneath the ottoman and your personal items such as your laptops, tablets, cell phones and eyeglasses can be secured in any of the storage bins at the seat.

Suites in row 1 are smaller than the other suites and do not have personal lockers. Instead, they share a closet in between the two suites.

The Korean Air 747-8 Kosmo 2.0 suites are smartly designed and feature several sources of ambient lighting to provide a calming space to rest, relax and work, a personal air vent to provide better temperature control and a fixed tray with an edged lip to keep your cell phone handy.

The seats are massive and offer a whopping 83 inches of pitch.

The seats are soft and comfortable and the individual parts of the seat can be controlled to allow for maximum comfort and relaxation.

Quick seat controls are located on the armrest and more specific controls can be found underneath the remote control cover.

The tray table folds out from the side and is large and sturdy enough for two people to dine together.

However, the tray table is fixed and cannot be pushed back and forth.

Instead of pulling the tray table closer to you, you actually move your seat forward to the tray table.

And since the tray table is immovable, it makes it a little hard to get in and out of your seat when the tray table is out.

Another design flaw of the Kosmo 2.0 suite is the poor placement of the electrical outlet.

The electrical outlet is located underneath the ottoman and is not anywhere near the seat itself.

There are two lavatories located behind the First Class cabin.

The lavatories are more spacious than standard lavatories and have a separate seat for changing.

A Jurlique branded bottle of lotion, mouthwash and shaving kits are provided for use during flight.

The main Business Class Cabin is located behind the First Class Cabin with 26 seats in a 2 x 2 x 2 layout.

These new Korean Air 747-8 Business Class seats offer a ton of privacy and direct-aisle access for all passengers.

They seem to be pretty spacious and are a huge improvement over their current Business Class seats.

The seats along the left and right sides of the aircraft are staggered from each other to provide increased privacy and direct-aisle access for all passengers.

These seats are great for solo travelers and I would recommend them if you are traveling by yourself.

The center row of seats are adjacent to each other but have a full length, privacy divider to separate the two seats.

These seats are great for couples traveling together but are still private enough for solo travelers.

Upstairs in the hump, there are 22 Business Class seats in a staggered 2 x 2 layout.

The upper deck of the Boeing 747-8s have been significantly improved over the Boeing 747-400s.

The cabin is longer and more spacious and the overhead bins have been improved to fit larger bags.

Window seat passengers still have the benefit of large side bins along the windows.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747-8i Korean Air

Widebody aircraft Boeing 747-8i Korean Air with 3 cabin classes: First Class, Prestige (Business Class), and Economy Class.

Below you will find an interactive seat map of the aircraft cabin with marked drawbacks and features.

This seating chart will help you to find the best seats on the aircraft.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Main Deck Boeing 747 8i Korean Air
Seat Map and Seating Chart Main Deck Boeing 747 8i Korean Air
Seat Map and Seating Chart Upper Deck Boeing 747 8i Korean Air
Seat Map and Seating Chart Upper Deck Boeing 747 8i Korean Air

First Class

  • Complete privacy with the sliding door
  • Personal closet
  • More spacious seat (32″ in the bed position)
  • Comfortable and elegant cabin atmosphere created by the ambient light
  • Enlarged 24″ LCD monitor

Experience a complete, top quality service with ultimate privacy
provided by the sliding door and with upgraded high-technology – the new Kosmo Suites 2.0

The louver sliding door will allow you to see through when seated inside with the door closed but you can’t be viewed by anyone from outside and the extra 24cm to the partition (total 139cm) offers the ultimate in spacious privacy.

At 83 inches wide, the seat is 79-inch-long and 24 inches wide offering comfort and freedom. The seat in its bed position, with fully unfolded leg-rest, provides the comfort of a perfect bed for rest during the long flight hours.

Enjoy the high-tech in-flight entertainment system with improved response time – with an even larger 24 inch personal LCD monitor with higher resolution for easy viewing – it’s a movie theater in the sky.
Made by Bose®, the world-renowned sound system maker, this ear-friendly headset offers the very best in both audio quality and noise isolation.

The sophisticated metallic seat control button with the intuitive design provides an easy-to-use operation. Retraction (front and back mobility) and Lumbar (back cushion) are new additions to the seats.

The internally lit personal closet within the individual seating area provides safe and neat storage.

The storage box is perfect for laptops and other personal items, giving lots of space for all belongings.

Designed to light only a selected area to reduce eye fatigue, the reading lamp is fully adjustable to provide light exactly where it’s needed.

The mood lamp creates a pleasant, relaxing atmosphere for your ultimate comfort.

Integrated push and release mechanism on the 26” x 23”width 26 inches, height 23 inches tray table makes the tray table operable with just one hand.

Prestige Business Class

  • Provides 75 inch of total personal space
  • Easy aisle access without interference from other passengers
  • Heightened sense of widened space regardless of the seat position
  • Enlarged storage space for laptops or personal belongings
  • Enlarged 18 inch LCD monitor
  • The bed length is shorter than a seat pitch.

Even if there is a passenger sitting next to you or you are in the window seat, there is easy access to the aisle without disturbing anyone or you being disturbed.

75 inch private space ensures very comfortable space to relax and rest.

Enjoy the high-tech in-flight entertainment system with improved response time and the movie theater in the sky with even bigger 18 inch personal LCD monitor with higher resolution for minimized fatigue.

The 4.3 inch touch screen on the remote control not only allows you to control the monitor, but also offers you access to other functions with its multitasking system.

Designed to light only a selected area to reduce eye fatigue, the reading lamp is fully adjustable to provide light exactly where it’s needed.

Conveniently store your laptop and belongings in the personal storage.

The intuitive icons and user-friendly seat controls make it easy to find your most comfortable position.

Economy Class

  • Comfortable and distinctive seats with up to 34″ seat pitch
  • Efficiently designed with sliding cushions for easier reclining
  • Headrest customized to adapt to a variety of positions
  • 11.1″ LCD monitor at every seat
  • Convenient tray tables with bi-folding and sliding features
  • Personal coat hanger for each seat

This new 18-inch wide seat with sliding cushion and 118-degree reclining back support offers exceptional comfort unlike any other economy-class seat.

Boeing 747-8i Korean Air Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Korean Air offers audio selections in all classes of service with Audio and Video onDemand.
  • Video. This aircraft offers personal seatback Audio and Video onDemand TV’s in all classes on service. AVOD offers passengers a selection of movies, short programs and television series in multiple languages.
  • AC Power. All First and Prestige Class seats have access to an AC power port. In Economy, power ports are shared between seats.
  • Food. On all international flights, complimentary beverage and meal service is offered in all classes.

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Korean Air Fleet Boeing 747-400 Details and Pictures

Boeing 747 4B5FER HL7601 Korean Air Cargo at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Korean Air Fleet Boeing 747-400 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Korean Air only operates 2 passenger version of jumbo-jet Boeing 747-400.

This “Queen of The Skies” configured with first class, business prestige, and economy class. Korean Air also operates freighter/cargo version of this aircraft.

The 747-400 can accommodate 416 passengers in a typical three-class layout, 524 passengers in a typical two-class layout, or a maximum capacity of 660 passengers in a high–density one-class configuration with the 747-400D variant, and can fly non-stop for up to 7,670 nautical miles (14,200 km) with maximum payload, depending on model.

The 747-400 is the second-most recent version of the 747 family, having been superseded by the improved Boeing 747-8.

HL7402 Korean Air Lines Boeing 747 4B5 at Seoul Incheon International Airport ICN
HL7402 Korean Air Lines Boeing 747 4B5 at Seoul Incheon International Airport ICN

Boeing 747-400 Korean Air Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeReg
Boeing 747-4B5HL7402
Boeing 747-4B5HL7461
Boeing 747-4B5F(ER) CargoHL7601
Boeing 747-4B5F(ER) CargoHL7602
Boeing 747-4B5F(ER) CargoHL7603
Boeing 747-4B5F(ER) CargoHL7605

Korean Air Fleet Boeing 747-400 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Previously Korean Air operates different versions of the B747-400 aircraft.

But currently only this version available.

This version is equipped with 404 seats and offers three classes of service: First (12 seats), Prestige Business (24 seats), and Economy (368 Seats).

Seats in First Class are flat bed seats and seats in Prestige Class are angle lie flat seats.

All seats in this aircraft are fitted with AVOD entertainment and in-seat power ports.

The following rows may be used as reference: First Class are rows 1-3; Prestige Class are rows 16-21; and Economy ends at row 69.

The lower deck business cabin offers the same seats you’ll find upstairs, but they’re arranged in a 2-2-2 configuration.

Upstairs, there are 22 seats arranged in a 2-2 configuration.

There are two lavatories up front, just behind the cockpit, but as on all 747s they’re very tight.

While center seats downstairs are positioned alongside one another, they’re all staggered on the upper deck, which adds some privacy but might make it a bit difficult to chat with your neighbor.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747-400 Korean Air

Widebody aircraft Boeing 747-400 Korean Air with 3 cabin classes: First Class, Prestige (Business Class), and Economy Class.

Below you will find an interactive seat map of the aircraft cabin with marked drawbacks and features.

This seating chart will help you to find the best seats on the aircraft.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747 400 Main Deck Korean Air
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747 400 Main Deck Korean Air
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747 400 Upper Deck Korean Air
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747 400 Upper Deck Korean Air

First Class

  • Completely separated 2-2 seating arrangement in the front section of the aircraft
  • Bed position recline of 180 degrees
  • Seats designed with independent space from the front or back seats

Prestige Business Class

  • 170° flat sleeper seat
  • Shell-type design provides comfort and privacy
  • Individual LCD monitor with larger screen and vivid color
  • Privacy partition between seats
  • Convenient and simple one-touch seat control

Economy Class

  • Ergonomically designed seats to enjoy a comfortable flight
  • A wide seat of 17.2 inch with a maximum of 34 inch space in between is equipped with a back rest that can be reclined up to 118 degrees.
  • Every seat has an 8.4-inch LCD screen and the most advanced AVOD(Audio & Video on Demand) providing a variety of in-flight entertainment.

Boeing 747-400 Korean Air Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Korean Air offers audio selections in all classes of service with Audio and Video onDemand.
  • Video. This aircraft offers personal seatback Audio and Video onDemand TV’s in all classes of service. First Class seats are equipped with a 17-inch LCD monitors, Prestige Class seats are equipped with a 10.4-inch LCD monitors, and Economy Class seats are equipped with a 8.4-inch LCD monitors.
  • AC Power. All classes of service have access to an AC power port.
  • Food. On all international flights, complimentary beverage and meal service is offered in all classes.

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