Korean Air - Promotional Flights and airfares

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Cheap Korean Air flight deals from Singapore. Book your Korean Air flight securely online with instant confirmation, and know that the ZUJI 24/7 customer support is always a click or a call away.

Here are today's current flight promotion on Korean Air (departing from Singapore):

More reason to take that direct flight to Seoul.

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All you have to do is to complete your booking and email ZUJIPromotions@zuji.com the following details at least 5 working days before your travel date to redeem the offer. Promotion only valid for return Korean Air flights to Seoul.

  1. ZUJI booking reference number
  2. Subject title to be 'Korean Air 2016 Promotion'

Booking must be made between 16 Jun 2016 – 24 Mar 2017. Travel by 31 Mar 2017.

Korean Air fares (ex-Singapore)

The following fares are indicative pricing only and are based on cache information. Please use the search form on the right to check for the most updated price and availability.

Prices displayed are for Economy Return

Korean Air, with a fleet of 156 aircraft, is one of the world's top 20 airlines, and operates more than 400 flights per day to 126 cities in 45 countries. It is a founding member of the SkyTeam alliance, which together with its 19 members, offers its 552 million annual passengers a worldwide system of more than 15,000 daily flights covering 993 destinations in 187 countries.

In 2012, Business Traveler named Korean Air the best Asian airline for the sixth consecutive year, while the China Travel Media Alliance named Korean Air "the Best Airline of the Year." Korean Air became the first airline to receive the Excellence in Service award at the World Travel Awards. In 2011, Global Traveler awarded the airline with best airline in northern Asia and best airport staff/gate agents. The carrier has repeatedly won the Global Travel Catering Distinction award by Pax International magazine while World Traveler magazine rated it as having the world's best inflight service. Travel & Leisure magazine readers have consistently named it as one of the world's top 10 international carriers and readers of Conde Nast Traveler magazine have voted Korean Air one of the world's top 10 global airlines.

Classes of Travel

First Class

Premium travel on Korean Air is as comfortable as it gets. The carrier has recently introduced the ultra luxurious Kosmo Suites in its First Class offering – a living room, office, bedroom and cinema all in one. The seat provides the perfect private setting to work and rest allowing you to convert the seat into a very spacious 79” bed, fitted with an electronic privacy cocoon and Gianfranco Ferre pyjamas for a sound sleep.

Prestige Class

Prestige Class

The new Prestige Sleeper seats in Prestige (Business) Class are now full-flat and feature a significant improvement of its seat pitch from 60 inches to 74 inches. New Economy with ergonomically designed new Economy Class seats, contains 2.2 inch-enlarged individual monitors which are now 10.6 inches.

Economy Class

Economy Class

The ergonomically designed slim seat with a sliding seat cushion offers more room for a comfortable flight. The 18ins wide seat and 34ins space between seats in addition to 121-degree reclining back support offers exceptional comfort and experience unlike any other economy-class seats.

In-flight Entertainment

Passengers in all classes can enjoy the new AVOD (Audio and Video on Demand) system that offers upgraded in-flight entertainment service with high resolution quality and high processing speed ensuring quick access to entertainment services. A wide range of magazines, newspapers and Korean Air’s in-flight magazines are available.

Cuisine

Cuisine

Korean Air’s in-flight cuisine is well known for its priority to quality and service for passengers. Passengers' well-being is an ultimate priority and Korean Air’s in-flight cuisine has become legendary. Korean Air has repeatedly been awarded the prestigious Mercury Award for its in-flight meals, including its signature dish, Bibimbap (a nutritious rice, vegetable and beef medley). Korean Air was also one of the first airlines to introduce organic breads and salads. The carrier insists on sourcing its ingredients for premium passengers, such as beef and chicken dishes serving from Seoul to many international destinations, from its own ranch on the Jeju Island.