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1962–1969 1969–1984 1984–present
1962–1969 1969–1984 1984–present

Korean Air (abbreviated as KAL, from its original name, Korean Air Lines) is the largest airline in South Korea. A subsidiary of the Hanjin Group, it also owns the low-cost carrier Jin Air. In 2000, it co-founded the SkyTeam airline alliance along with three other airlines.

In late 2020, Korean Air announced plans to merge with its biggest competitor, Asiana Airlines.

Korean Air Lines

1962–1969

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1969-1984

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Korean Air

1984–present

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Korean Air Lines rebranded to Korean Air in 1984, following the Flight 007 disaster the previous year. The logo and livery have remained unchanged since then.


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