Filed under: Wings
Korean Air has announced what it plans to do with its double-decker Airbus A380 plane. The airline plans to turn the entire upper deck of an Airbus A380 into a luxurious space for business class passengers with lie-flat seats. When the A380 has its first flight next May it will offer just 407 seats total, the lowest number of any commercial A380 to date. There will be room for 94 passengers on the upper deck, 301 economy seats and 12 first class suites in the nose of the plane. The company has ordered at total of 10 planes. The second, third and fourth planes are set to arrive in July or August.