Korean Air launched the second phase of its $200 million fleet upgrade and this month will begin installing new seats and an on-demand inflight entertainment system across all classes in its 777s and A330s. Work on 70 aircraft is expected to continue through April 2011. New deliveries will come with the product already installed. By 2014, all 96 of KE's mid- and long-haul aircraft will feature the upgrades.

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