Korean Air is a private airline, based in South Korea. It is the largest airline in Korea and one of the largest in Asia. The Korean Air network is spread over Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, North America and South America. The main hub of Korean Air is at Incheon International Airport and its headquarters is in Seoul, Korea. The international passenger division and cargo subsidiary of the airline together ply flights to as many as 130 cities, spread in 45 countries across the African, Asian, Americas and the European continents. Korean Air is one among the top 20 airlines, in terms of the passengers carried.
The passenger fleet of Korean Air consists of Boeing 787-8, Boeing 777-300ER, Boeing 777-300, Boeing 777-200ER, Boeing 747-400M, Boeing 747-400, Boeing 737-900ER, Boeing 737-900, Boeing 737-800, Airbus A330-300, Airbus A330-200 and Airbus A300-600R. The cargo service of Korean Air operates with a modern fleet of aircrafts, which include Boeing 747-400F, Boeing 747-400ERF and Boeing 747-400BCF.
The sole African country, to which Korean Air flies, is Egypt. Apart from this, the airline flies to a number of Asian destinations, includes Uzbekistan (Central Asia), China and Japan (East Asia). The South Asian countries including India (Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai) and Nepal are also covered by the airline. It also flies to the Southeast Asian countries including Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. In Southwest Asia, the airline covers Israel and Dubai. The European countries, to which Korean Air flies, are Austria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom. In South America, Korean Air flies to Canada and a number of cities in United States. Australia, Fiji, Guam and New Zealand are the countries in Oceania, to which Korean Air flies. The airline also flies to the South American country of Brazil.