Korean Air adds new SkyTeam aircraft

Korean Air's new B737-800
Korean Air's new B737-800

Korean Air has unveiled its third aircraft with the SkyTeam alliance livery.

The 149-seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft features the dark blue SkyTeam logo on the tailfin and the SkyTeam name in large letters along the front side of the fuselage. It will operate on short- and medium-haul routes to destinations in China, Japan and Southeast Asia.

Korean Air’s first SkyTeam aircraft was a B777-200, which was unveiled in 2009. This was followed in 2011 by a B737-800.

The Seoul-based national carrier was a founding member of the SkyTeam alliance in 2000, along with Delta Air Lines, Aeromexico and Air France. The alliance’s membership has since grown to 18 airlines, including five in Asia Pacific.

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