Korean Air passengers entitled to discounts at Incheon Airport

31 May 2010

Korean Air passengers at Incheon International Airport can avail of discounts when using the Hub Lounge and other facilities in the transit area.

There are two of these pay-in lounges. They are located on the fourth floor – one on the east side and the other on the west side – along with other conveniences such as duty-free shopping. Originally open only to First and Business Class customers, the lounges now welcome all travellers for a fee of US$35. Those who present their Korean Air boarding pass are entitled to a 40 percent discount, and thus pay only US$21.

Inside, they can enjoy an extensive buffet, along with beer and hard liquor. Internet access is available as are shower booths, a range of reading material and areas to catch up on televised news. The Hubs can seat 300 passengers.

A 10 percent discount at Wells Cafeteria/Salad Bar is also extended to Korean Air clients.

This promotion runs until December 31, 2010.

For more details, visit

Margie T Logarta

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