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Korean Air adds 50th anniversary emblem to 10 aircraft


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Korean Air is adding a special emblem and slogan to ten of its aircraft to celebrate its 50th anniversary this year.

The special aircraft livery will depict the number 50 with a plane flying over it alongside the slogan “Beyond 50 Years of Excellence”. The number 50 features a stylized taegeuk design. Taegeuk is the iconic mark of the Korean Flag. Employees of the Seoul-based airline took part in the design and selection process of the emblem and slogan.

Korean Air will operate a total of ten aircraft with the special livery, two of each of the following aircraft types: A380-800, B787-9, B777-300ER and A220-300, as well as a B737-8 MAX later this year.

Korean Air’s B777-300ER from Incheon to San Francisco was the first plane with the special livery to take to the sky on 14 February. The other 50th anniversary-themed aircraft will be added to various global networks of Korean Air, as well as domestic routes, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Korean Air on 1 March. The emblem and slogan will be on the side of the ten planes until the end of 2019. 

 


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