Korean Air Dhaka Office (GSA) is located at Ahmed Tower, 21st Floor, 28-30, Kamal Ataturk Avenue, Banani C/A, Dhaka-1213, Bangladesh. Korean Air is the flag carrier of South Korea and one of the best airlines in the world. Korean Air is a founding member of Korean Air SkyTeam the parent company of Jin Air, and the majority owner of Czech Airlines. Find the Korean Air Dhaka office address in Bangladesh.
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Bangladesh Address of Korean Air
Find below the customer care details of the Korean Air Dhaka Office, including the office address and telephone number. You can book tickets, cancel, or get offers on all flights operated by Korean Air. Reach the Korean Air customer service in the city for queries on flight information, reservation, cancellation, refund, baggage, rewards, or others.
Korean Air Dhaka Office Contact
GSA: Sundial Holidays Ltd.
Ahmed Tower, 21st Floor, 28-30
Kamal Ataturk Avenue, Banani C/A
Korean Air Dhaka Office Contact Number
Korean Air Official Website
Queries are handled by Korean Air Dhaka Office Customer Care.
Ticket Booking, Ticket Cancellation, Ticket Rescheduling, Online Check-in, Baggage Allowance, Flight Information, Airport Lounges, In-Flight Meals, Missing Luggage, Flight Wifi, In-Flight Entertainment, Delayed Flights, First Class, Business Class, Economy Class, SKYPASS.
Korean Air Baggage Allowance
Economy: 1 piece at 12kg max
First/ and Prestige: 2 pieces at 18kg max
All carry-on luggage, including handles and wheels, should be measured up to 40 cm in width, 20 cm in height, and 55 cm in depth. An additional personal item such as a laptop, briefcase, the handbag is also allowed for economy class (total weight should not exceed 12 kg).
The maximum size of all tested luggage is (width + height + depth) 158 cm / 62 in. Subject to extra baggage and overweight baggage charges. Skypass members will be entitled to additional luggage allowances depending on the membership level.
Korean Air Flight Check-In Information
Online check-in can be done through Korean Air’s website.
Domestic Flight: Online check-in opens 48 hours and closes 40 minutes before departure.
International Flight: Online check-in opens 48 hours and closes 1 hour before departure. For the USA and Canada, online check-in opens 24 hours and closes 1 hour before departure.
Domestic Flight: Check-in closes 20 minutes before scheduled departure.
International flights: Check-in closes 40 minutes before scheduled departure. Sixty minutes to airports in North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Completion times may vary according to each airport’s policy, so it is always best to check airport recommendations.
Classes of Korean Air
Korean Air offers three types of classes: economy class, business class, and first class.
Korean Air Economy Class
Enjoy the comfortable, ergonomically designed seat with your TV screen (airplane-dependent).
The food is served on a selection board o, of Japanese, traditional Korean, Chinese, and selected Western dishes. As seen on our ‘Best Airlines for Economy’ page, these airlines are rated as the best in the world.
The Amenity kit is provided with a set of slippers a toothbrush and toothpaste, and you can request an awake service.
Mood lights are available for eating, sleeping, or reading to help adjust your eyes.
Accessible toilets are available to create optimal accessibility for all passengers on board.
Economy Class Seats
The economy class seating size on Korean Air is 17.2 – 18.1 inches wide. Seats are fastened at 118 degrees with sliding cushions for back support.
Notice that the selected planes have different seat sizes:
B747-8i, B787-9: 17.2 inches wide
B777, A330, A380-800 : 18.1 inches wide
Korean Air Premium Economy
Although Korean Air does not have dedicated premium economy cabin classes.
Korean Air’s prestige class offers an exclusive in-flight service so you can enjoy the trip as much as you want it.
Business Class Facilities
Korean Air Business Class passengers can use the exclusive Prestige check-in counter to not wait in line to check in for their flight. Once in the lounge, passengers can use the fountain and seniors at the Grand Hyatt Incheon Hotel at no extra charge.
But, luxury is not stopping at the airport! On a Korean Air flight to Bordeaux, first and Prestige (business) class passengers will be able to enjoy a drink at the “Celestial Bar.” With stunning designs and lighting, ‘Celestial Bar; Lets passengers get out of their seats and down with a delicious cocktail.
On long-haul flights, business class passengers have personal TV screens (size depending on the craft). Along with eye masks, toothbrushes, and three luxury cosmetic items, passengers will have access to a convenient kit on a flight. Look for sockets to keep your devices fully charged so that the battery never runs out on your business class trip.
What are the Korean Air Business Class Seats Like?
There is enough space to stretch in your Korean Air prestige suite with more than 75-inch lengths in each row. Each seat converts 180 degrees into a fully flat bed, ensuring you get the best night’s sleep possible on your Korean Air Business Class flight.
Before the flight, enjoy amenities including advanced seat selection, premium care service (a Korean Air Staff member will personally guide you through Incheon Airport, all the way to the boarding gate), premium lounge access (exclusively with first-class passengers), and shower/sauna. Priority boarding and luggage.
On board, enjoy world-class dining with carefully selected wines. Those who fly for more than 6 hours will receive a luxury amenity kit, high-quality comforter, and comfortable clothing during the flight. Wake-up service is also provided. Personal lighting can be adjusted, and each seat is equipped with a power source.
The A380 aircraft has a ‘Celestial Bar’ on board, a premium relaxation space.
What is the First Class Seating Like?
The type and size of the seat and its features will vary depending on the aircraft’s flight time and route. Seats include:
Cosmo Suits: The Cosmo Suite folds in a bed 26.5 inches wide and 180 degrees flat. The Cosmo suite can be controlled by the back support and footrest touch control unit installed in the suite. Each suite has a 23-inch LCD monitor that can be used to access Korean Air’s illumination entertainment system. Each passenger is given headphones made by Bose that ensure optimal quality and block out external noise.
Cosmo Suites 2.0: Cosmo Suites 2.0 is 80 inches long, 24 inches wide, and includes an 83-inch space between each site. Each suite is fully equipped with an LCD TV screen, a personal workplace, and sliding doors for complete privacy.
Cosmo Slipper: The Cosmo Slipper is 78 inches long, 21.1 inches wide, and includes 83 inches of space between each seat. Each seat comes with a 17-inch LCD monitor, which can be used to access the airline’s in-flight entertainment system. The Cosmo Slipper has a personal work desk and a separate reading lamp so you can have your private flight workplace.
Slipper: The slipper seat converts to a 180-degree full flatbed. Each center is equipped with a 23-inch LCD monitor with access to the airline’s in-flight entertainment system.
Does First Class Have a First Class Lounge?
The first-class lounge of Korean Air will be available at Seoul Incheon Airport and is exclusive to first-class passengers.
Korean Air Seat Selection
Passengers can pre-book Korean Air seats at the time of booking. Browse available seats and enhance your flight experience by reserving your seat in advance.
Korean Air In-Flight Entertainment
Korean Air offers an exciting range of movies, short features, CD albums, and music channels to entertain you on your flight.
First Class: All first-class passengers have personal TV screens.
Business Class: Most flights (all long-haul aircraft) also have a personal touch screen television screen for business class passengers to enjoy – the size depends on the plane.
Economy: The available entertainment features will vary depending on the flight route and the aircraft. The airline’s ‘new economy product’ (all 737 Max 8, A220-300 aircraft) means that all economy passengers have personal TV screens on long-haul flights. Otherwise, passengers can pre-download the entertainment on their devices to enjoy the flight time.
With Korean Air, there is a TV show for every age and every taste; look for cartoons, dramas, and documentaries to prevent you from getting bored onboard.
From action-packed superhero movies to classic period dramas, you can find a movie suiting every taste on board your Korea Air flight.
WiFi is not currently available on Korean Air flights.
* Korean Air Inflight is working to provide WiFi, which is expected to make its debut in delivering new aircraft scheduled for delivery by 2020.
Korea Air Frequent Flyer Program (SKYPASS)
Korean Air’s frequent flyer program is called SKYPASS, which also refers to the blue card that is given to Korean Air flyers. The program’s elite levels are comparable to the frequent flyer programs of other airlines, for which members travel 30,000 miles in a two-year cycle.
Eligibility for the highest level Based on lifetime flight miles, the client must fly 1 million miles for a million miles, which is the most elevated elite position; Or 500,000 miles for the Morning Quiet Premium, which comes second, which is both membership levels suitable for the SkyTime Elite Plus facility. Membership at this level is approved for life.
Skywards is a frequent flyer program in the UAE. Through Korean Air’s partnership with Emirates, SkyWords members can earn and redeem miles while flying with Korean Air.
Collecting and earning SKYPASS miles
When you book Korean Air through Alternative Airlines, you can easily collect SKYPASS – simply select ‘SKYPASS’ as your preferred frequent flyer program and quote your subscription number when making your reservation – you can learn more here.
Collect SKYPASS Miles when you fly with Korean Air’s SkyTeam Partner Airlines. Just provide your SKYPASS membership number when you book your ticket and present your SKYPASS card at the airport check-in. The full list of SkyTeam partner airlines can be found here.
Korean Air In-Flight Meals
Korean Air Meal Options
Korean Air First Class passengers will enjoy high-quality food on their flight inspired by authentic Korean food. The menu includes a starter, main course, side dishes, and desserts.
Passengers in the Korean Air prestige class are offered various Korean dishes, such as crab soy sauce, dongchimi noodles, Kobe-him, and Bibimbap.
Economy class passengers are served traditional Korean-inspired food, as well as Western, Chinese, and Japanese food, depending on the destination of your flight. Also, long flights include a snack service featuring ramen, pizza, and rice cake national items.
Special Dietary Requirements
Korean Air offers a variety of meals suitable for special food needs ves These items must be ordered at least 24 hours before the flight’s departure time. When you book an alternative by air, you can choose the meal option at the time of booking or contact our customer service team before the flight.
Korean Air is one of the few airlines that offers a special meal for passengers with allergies. Read more about flying with almond allergies here. The foods available are as follows:
Infants and Children
- Baby Meals
- Child meal
- Lacto-Ovo meal
- Vegan meal
- Hindu meal
- Jain meal
- Oriental meal
- Raw vegetarian meal
Special Dietary Needs
- Low-fat meal
- Diabetic meal
- Low-calorie meal
- Bland meal
- Gluten Intolerant meal
- Low-salt meal
- Low-lactose meal
- Muslim meal
- Hindu meal
- Kosher meal
Other Special Meals
- Seafood meal
- Fruit platter meal
- Allergy meal
Drinks & Alcohol
Korean Air passengers in First Class and Prestige Class are provided with complete beverage service, including premium wine and top-quality champagne.
Economy class passengers can enjoy a wine service with specially selected wines from France, Chile, and Australia.
Korean Air Special Services
Traveling with Infants
Domestic flights: Infants fly free on domestic flights
International flights: 10% of adults are charged on infants’ international flights.
A seat for infants can be purchased for the price of a child ticket. Luggage allowance includes one stroller and one car seat (or bassinet) on domestic flights and 1 item not more than 115 cm (length, width, height) and less than 10 kg on international flights.
Traveling with Pets
Pets are allowed in the cabin if certain conditions are met (no pets are allowed on a Boeing 737). The total weight of pets and canals must be 7 kg or less. Fees vary depending on the country of departure and destination. Sensitive support animals and service animals fly free.
Korean Air Hub Airport
Incheon International Airport
Incheon International Airport is the largest airport in South Korea and the main hub of Korean Air. It is the primary airport serving Seoul, the capital region, and one of the world’s largest and busiest airports. Incheon Airport is also the hub of Asiana Airlines and Jeju Air.
The airport has three runways and a passenger capacity of 5 million a year. Top carriers using Incheon Airport include Asiana Airlines, Korean Air, China Southern, and Cathay Pacific. Book your China Southern air ticket from the China Southern Airlines Office In Dhaka
Korean Air Airline Alliance
Korean Air was a founding member of SkyTeam, a global airline formed in 2000. SkyTeam Alliance is a leading airline network with 20 member airlines. The Skytium Alliance was founded in 2000 and currently has member airlines such as Arolinias Argentina, Aero Mexico, Air Europa, China Southern, Alitalia, China Airlines, Delta, Garuda Indonesia, Kenya Airways, KLM, and others. The Skytium Alliance network provides about 16,323 daily flights, with 1,052 destinations in 177 countries.
Korean Air Codeshare Agreements
Korean Air has code agreements with several airlines. Codeshare agreements aim to give passengers a choice of creators through more connections by opening new passengers. Under the Korean Air codeshare agreement, flight tickets may be offered through Korean Air, and reservations will be with Korean Air. Still, the flight will be operated by another (codeshare partner) airline. The airline has code agreements with the following airlines:
|Air Tahiti Nui
|China Eastern Airlines
|China Southern Airlines
|Delta Air Lines
|Gol Transportes Aéreos
|Jin Air (Subsidiary)
|MIAT Mongolian Airlines
|Myanmar Airways International
|Royal Brunei Airlines
An interline agreement is an agreement between two (+) airlines to handle passengers when they travel multiple airlines virtually. Korean Air also has interline agreements with the following airlines: Flybe and JetBlue.
About Korean Air
Korean Air is South Korea’s largest airline and has a vast domestic and global network of regularly scheduled services. South Korea includes Busan, Cheongju, Daegu, Guangzhou, Gunsan Jeju, Jinju, Pohang, Seoul (Gimpo and Incheon), Ulsan, Onze, Yang Yang, and Yesu. At the end of August 2019, Korean Air Korea operated scheduled flights to 125 cities in 44 countries worldwide, including flights to 13 domestic cities.
Korean Air News
October 24th, 2019
Korean Air is looking forward to the delivery of new aircraft in 2020, where new passenger facilities will be available
Korean Air said it is hopeful it will receive the first delivery of the Airbus A321 News in July 2020, while Boeing’s 787-9 orders are expected to arrive in September.
The new aircraft will provide passengers with additional onboard amenities and facilities, including an online board WI-Fi system. The pricing model is still being considered, but one possibility is that the new service will be offered to benefit premium customers.
4th Oct 2019
Korean Air changes winter schedule (2019)
Korean Air will launch new routes to the Philippines and China in late October 2019. Some courses will be temporarily suspended during the winter.
Korean Air will launch new flights to four destinations in the Philippines and China in late October (2019). This will include a new daily service between Incheon Airport in the Philippines and Clark (CRK). Korean Air will also fly to three mainland destinations in China, including a four-hour weekly service to Ningxing, a three-week weekly service to Zhangjiajie, and a two-week service to Hangzhou.
Types of Planes / Aircraft available with Korean Air
Total fleet size: 178
- Ten Airbus A220-300
- Eight Airbus A330-200
- Twenty-One Airbus A330-300
- Ten Airbus A380-800
- Seven Boeing 737-800
- Sixteen Boeing 737-900
- Six Boeing 737-900ER
- Two Boeing 747-400
- Ten Boeing 747-8I
- Fourteen Boeing 777-200ER
- Four Boeing 777-300
- Twenty-Six Boeing 777-300ER
- Nine Boeing 787-9
- Four Boeing 747-400ERF
- Seven Boeing 747-8F
- Twelve Boeing 777F
- Two Boeing BBJ1
- Two Bombardier Global Express XRS
- One Gulfstream G650ER
- One Sikorsky S-76+
- Five Eurocopter EC135
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