Korean Air wants to update UK agents

Korean Air wants to update UK agents

Korean Air, the flag carrier of South Korea, is to host an online agent focused training session  on June 11 – and agents who participate will earn themselves a £10 e-gift card.

The airline says the session will focus on product updates and has been developed especially for UK and European travel trade and will be particularly relevant for sales, reservations and ticketing staff.

The training will offer details and specifics of booking processes and will provide answers to some frequently asked questions.

Agents that attend the training will receive updates on the Korean Air fleet, routes, the in-flight services, cabin classes, Skypass member benefits and other sales tools to drive direct sales.

The training will also highlight the offerings at Incheon Airport, which include Spa and massage service, a sauna and free napping zones along with a rotating roster of exhibitions, performances and art installations whilst also touching on some of the attractions of Seoul as a destination and layover stop.

Rohan Soni, sales representative, Korean Air, said: “Agents that attend our upcoming training will be experts on all things Korean Air and will be given the confidence to successfully sell Korean Air!”

Korean Air is a founding member of the SkyTeam airline alliance and has grown into one of the largest transpacific airlines through its joint venture with Delta Air Lines.

To register for the training and receive a £10 e-gift cardfilling out the form here.


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