Korean Air made public its second SkyTeam livery aircraft yesterday (September 21). The second SkyTeam livery was added to a Korean Air Boeing 737-800 aircraft.This newly wrapped aircraft, with a configuration of 149 seats will operate short-haul routes including China, Japan and South East Asia.
The SkyTeam philosophy “Caring More About You” remains consistent throughout the member airlines, and the unified SkyTeam livery serves as further proof of this according to Korean Air. The delicate design includes features such as the dark blue SkyTeam logo on the tail fin and the SkyTeam name in large, dark blue letters along the front side of the fuselage.
The first aircraft wrapped in SkyTeam colors, a Boeing 777-200 with a configuration of 260 seats, began operations in 2009.
By operating two SkyTeam livered aircraft, Korean Air will now expose the alliance’s exclusive colors and identity to more customers around the world.
Korean Air is a founding member of the SkyTeam alliance, which together with its 14 members, offers its 474 million annual passengers a worldwide system of more than 14,000 daily flights covering 916 destinations in 169 countries.
SkyTeam is a global airline alliance providing customers from member airlines access to an extensive global network with more destinations, more frequencies and more connectivity. Korean Air will continue its effort to support this global alliance as a leading global carrier.