Korean Air will add a second daily A380 flight from New York’s John F. Kennedy airport in May, making it the only airline to serve both American coasts with double daily A380 flights to Asia. The additional service will complement existing double daily A380 flights from Los Angeles. Korean Air boasts the industry’s most spacious model with a total of 407 seats and an upper level dedicated to business class travelers. The planes feature 90 lie-flat business-class seats, first-class Kosmo Suites, a duty-free showcase, and the aircraft’s Celestial Bar available to premium passengers. Says John Jackson, Korean Air’s vice president of sales and marketing for the Americas, “We have the easiest and fastest connections to Southeast Asia through the world-renowned Incheon International Airport. Take for example, Houston, our newest market. Our flights to Singapore will be three hours shorter than our closest competitor.” Korean Air has also announced it will serve Houston with daily flights from May.
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