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Korean Air to Add Second A380 Flight from JFK in May

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Korean Air is adding a second A380 flight from JFK in May, making it the only airline serving both coasts with double daily A380 flights to Asia.

 Korean Air currently offers double daily A380 flights from Los Angeles and daily A380 flights from New York. The airline also flies out of ten other U.S. cities.

"We have the most competitive service for the US business traveler to S.E. Asia and Korea," said John Jackson, Korean Air's vice president of sales and marketing for the Americas. "When you combine our A380's comforts with our schedule and service, we offer a strong value proposition and travelers are responding very well."

Korean Air's A380 has 407 seats and an upper level dedicated solely to the business class traveler with 90 full flat sleeper suites.

"Our First Class Kosmo Suites ensure privacy and reflect the feel and elegance of a private jet. Meanwhile, the A380's Duty Free Showcase exhibits inflight retail offerings and our hosted Celestial Bar is becoming a real attraction. These all help make the trip not so much about the destination, but also a memorable journey," Jackson said.

Korean Air will also launch flights to Houston in May.

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