Korean Air gets ready for Expo 2030

Korean Air gets ready for Expo 2030

Korean Air is showcasing a special livery in support of Korea’s successful bid to host the World Expo 2030 in South Korea’s second largest city, Busan.

At an event at the airline’s hangar at Incheon International Airport, the airline unveiled a special Boeing 777-300ER livery featuring BLACKPINK, one of Korea’s best-known K-pop groups. Korean Air is the official airline sponsor of BLACKPINK’s current world tour.

“Hosting the Expo in Busan will be a great opportunity to further advocate our nation’s presence on the global stage, and Korean Air is proud to play its role in the bid for the World Expo 2030 Busan,” said Walter Cho, Chairman and CEO of Korean Air.

“As a leader in global aviation, Korean Air will take advantage of its extensive network to support the bid.”

The Boeing 777-300ER with the BLACKPINK livery began its journey on May 4, departing from Seoul Incheon for Paris Charles de Gaulle and made stops in multiple destinations served by the 777-300ER fleet on the airline’s global network.

World Expo in 2030 will showcase Korea’s music, films, cuisine and cuisine and will shine a light on coastal Busan, the country’s second largest city.

A large port city, Busan is also known for its beaches, mountains, temples, markets and also attracts foodies. Korean Air flies daily between London-Heathrow and Seoul, with onward connections to Australia (Sydney and Brisbane) New Zealand (Auckland) and many South East Asia destinations.

Busan is a short flight from Seoul and is served by nine daily flights.


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