Korean Air extends Boeing 747-400 passenger service to November 18

Korean Air Boeing 747-4B5 HL7461 (msn 26405) LHR (Keith Burton). Image: 901570.

Korean Air is now planning to operate the last Boeing 747-400 revenue passenger flight in November 2019.

Korean Air has been a long-time 747 operator, previously operating the 747-200B, 747-300 and 747-400 models on passenger flights.

Copyright Photo: GSR. HL7488 climbs away from Nagoya (Chubu Centrair).

According to Airline Route, the last flight is now scheduled between Denpasar (Bali) and Seoul (Incheon) on November 19, 2019.

The 747 passenger fleet is now down to two aircraft: HL7402 and the pictured HL7461 (top).

The company still has an extensive Boeing 747 freighter fleet.

Top Copyright Photo: Korean Air Boeing 747-4B5 HL7461 (msn 26405) LHR (Keith Burton). Image: 901570.

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