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 www.koreanair.com
Margie T Logarta