Korean Air has released a seating plan for its new A380, the first of which will enter service on June 1 between Seoul, Hong Kong and Tokyo.
As previously reported on businesstraveller.com, Korean will be the first airline to dedicate the entire upper deck of an A380 to business class passengers, with 94 Prestige Sleeper seats (see online news December 28). Click here to see the seating plan and images on sister publication seatplans.com.
Korean’s configuration of the A380 means it will have just 407 seats giving it the lowest capacity of any A380 currently in operation. Air France’s A380 has the highest capacity with 538 seats in total. To see how other airlines have configured their A380s, click here.
For more information visit koreanair.com
- Korean Air to deploy first A380 in June (January 17)
- Korean Air to feature business-only A380 upper deck (December 28)
- Korean Air releases further A380 details (October 21)
- Delay in A380 delivery for Korean Air (April 9)