Korean Air will begin upgrading its long-haul premium seating in May when it takes the first of three 777-300ERs slated to be delivered this year. New aircraft as well as three current 777s will be fitted with the new seats by year end and deployed to New York JFK and Los Angeles. KE's entire widebody fleet eventually will feature the new seats, including A380s scheduled to begin delivery next year and 787s. Key components of the upgrade will be replacing 170-deg. business-class seats with ...

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