Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Korean Air to bring Boeing Dreamliner 747-8i to Heathrow


South Korea’s flagship airline, has announced from March 26th, it will have a mixed fleet operating between London Heathrow and Incheon, Seoul.

Both Korean Air’s acclaimed A380 and the latest Boeing 747-8i will be used on the route, and Korean Air’s B747-8i will be the first commercial passenger aircraft of its kind to land at Heathrow.

The new 747-8 Intercontinental features the most advanced wing and engine design and has a new Dreamliner inspired interior.

The Intercontinental can go further and carry more passengers than any previous 747, while also being cleaner, quieter, and more fuel-efficient.

Korean Air currently has seven of the aircraft in fleet, with another three due to be delivered before the end of 2018.

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