Korean Air and Boeing to Set up a Training Institute at Incheon

Korean AirCheap international flight tickets provider, Korean Air has been recently in the news for its partnership with popular aircraft manufacturer Boeing in setting up of a training centre at Incheon City, South Korea. The initial construction works have begun for this training institute, which would have the best facilities for guiding individuals towards excellence in the field of aviation. After completion, this centre will have 12 flight simulators, which will be aimed to provide people with the exact cabin situation. With this infrastructure, it would aim to train over 3500 pilots per year, to boost the Korean Air training program.

About the Carrier

Korean Air flight status features almost on all travel websites because of its punctual services and high customer satisfaction levels. This carrier, which is the largest airline as well as flag carrier of South Korea, has its headquarters located in Gonghang-do, Gaangseo-gu in Seoul. Operating to approximately 130 international locations over 40 countries, it has emerged as a global name in the aviation industry. Having a number of codeshare partners, it has been able to offer its flight services between a number of popular international destinations like Hyderabad to Dubai flights. Apart from this, it operates to nearly 20 national destinations. Its global reach has earned it a place among the top 20 carriers in the world on the basis of number of passengers carried. Incheon has been one of the most important point for this airline with this city serving as its international hub.

This new project between the two giants of aviation will require almost USD 140 million, which will be shared by them. Though the construction works have already been initiated, it would open only in 2015. After completion, it is expected to become the largest training institute for aviation in Korea. Also, those individuals who have been hoping to get proper coaching in this field will get the best guidance for the same starting from 2015.

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