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65. Korean Air Moves from XP to Windows 7 Enterprise
Korean Air has retired Windows XP and is rolling out Windows 7 Enterprise companywide, with plans to be 100% deployed by the end of 2011. Korean Air has nearly 19,000 employees, with flights to 115 cities around the world. It operates almost 400 flights per day.
66. Korean Air Adds Ninth Airbus A380 to Fleet
Korean Air has added the ninth Airbus A380 aircraft to its fleet. The ninth A380 is now going through the required tests in Korea before it makes its debut flight to Atlanta on 6 July 2014. Korean Air operates the A380 on Incheon-Los Angeles and Incheon-New York fourteen flights a week each and Incheon-Paris seven flights a week. Commencing 6 July the carrier will also operate the
67. Korean Air Takes Delivery of Tenth Airbus A380
Korean Air has added a tenth Airbus A380 aircraft to its fleet. The latest A380 is now going through the required tests in Korea before making its debut flight to Atlanta on 3 August 2014. Korean Air operates fourteen A380 flights a week between both Incheon-Los Angeles and Incheon-New York and also seven flights a week between Incheon-Paris. The carrier also operates the A380 on t
68. Next Generation Premium Seats for Korean Air
Next Generation Premium Seats for Korean Air. Investing $200 million, Korean Air will upgrade a fleet of 32 passenger flights deployed on mid and long-haul routes from this September to March 2011 by attaching next generation premium seats. The airline will also refurbish a fleet of 38 new aircraft such as Boeing 777-300ER to be delivered late in May, and Airbus A380s and Boeing 78
69. Korean Air to Launch Passenger and Cargo Flights to Budapest, Hungary
Korean Air has unveiled plans to launch direct passenger and cargo services to Budapest, Hungary. With the addition of this new route, Korean Air will operate international flights to 115 cities in 44 countries.
70. Korean Air to Launch Gatwick Flights
Korean Air has confirmed that commencing 29th April 2012 it will add to its daily service between Londons Heathrow Airport and Seoul, South Korea with flights from London Gatwick, which will initially be three times a week. This new service will mean that Korean Air will now operate routes to/from Seoul throughout 16 cities in 11 European countries and will link London and Seoul 1
71. Korean Air Launches Excellent Boarding Pass Program
Korean Air has launched what it is calling the Excellent Boarding Pass program. The Excellent Boarding Pass program aims to provide discounts and additional benefits in tourist sites, theatres, restaurants, shopping malls, banks and transportation to passengers holding their Korean Air boarding passes.
72. Korean Air Launches Seoul - Colombo - Maldives Flights
Korean Air has launched a direct flights from Sri Lanka and the Maldives to Seoul Incheon. Korean Airs new three times weekly direct service flies from Male in the Maldives to Colombo in Sri Lanka first, and then onto Seoul/Incheon in Korea. The Male-Colombo-Seoul/Incheon flights operate every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.

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