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The Cheapest Korean Air Flights

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $159 and $456 for one-way flights to for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LAX Honolulu Jan 13 - Jan 20 $200
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LAX San Francisco Oct 30 - Nov 2 $159
LAX Seattle Oct 31 - Nov 9 $206
LAX New York Oct 30 - Nov 3 $338
LAX Honolulu Nov 1 - Nov 5 $580
*Prices include taxes and fees

FAQs about Korean Air Flights

Where does Korean Air fly?

Roam distant lands, have unique experiences and create new memories. Travelocity offers some of the best fares on one-way and round-trip flights to exhilarating destinations with Korean Air.

Offering an appealing range of domestic flight routes, Korean Air can easily connect you to fascinating new places all over the nation:

  • Seoul (GMP-Gimpo Intl.) to Jeju (CJU-Jeju Intl.) with 687 flights every month
  • Jeju (CJU-Jeju Intl.) to Seoul (GMP-Gimpo Intl.) with 687 flights every month
  • Seoul (GMP-Gimpo Intl.) to Busan (PUS-Gimhae) with 314 flights every month
  • Busan (PUS-Gimhae) to Seoul (GMP-Gimpo Intl.) with 314 flights every month

Embark on exciting adventures and discover new and exotic cultures. Popular international routes available from Korean Air are:

  • Seoul (ICN-Incheon Intl.) to Hong Kong (HKG-Hong Kong Intl.) with 105 flights every month
  • Hong Kong (HKG-Hong Kong Intl.) to Seoul (ICN-Incheon Intl.) with 102 flights every month
  • Bangkok (BKK-Suvarnabhumi Intl.) to Seoul (ICN-Incheon Intl.) with 91 flights every month
  • Singapore (SIN-Changi) to Seoul (ICN-Incheon Intl.) with 78 flights every month
What airline is KE?

KE is the IATA code for Korean Air. This two-character code, sometimes also called the airline identification code, is assigned by the International Air Transport Association. It helps standardize timetables, telecommunications, tickets and more.

How do I find my flight number?
  • After you lock in your flight, an itinerary should be sent to your email inbox. You'll discover your flight number (a mix of numbers and letters) in this document.
How early can you check bags for a flight?
  • Check-in and baggage drop times can vary between airports and airlines, but there are some basic rules. Boarding a domestic flight? You can usually check-in two hours prior to takeoff. For international flights, three hours is standard.
If I am not able to travel due to COVID-19, can I change my flight to a later date?

For more info about changing your flight with Korean Air with Travelocity, please visit our Customer Service Portal.

Reviews

Mar 18, 2020

Many available seats but was not allowed to changed seat also original flight from Seattle to Incheon was changed to Seattle to LAX but did. It book final destination. Had to go home and come back tofu next day. Long wait in line and Ride was already gone. Not happy

Mar 14, 2020

Great services

Mar 10, 2020

It was hard for me to change my main flight and my connecting flight to a different month due to the coronavirus. And wait for the fine to be waved and receiving refund.

Mar 10, 2020

Not happy with Korean air right now

Mar 8, 2020

Nice flight

Mar 5, 2020

Electronic messages are great. Makes it easy to navigate airports.

Mar 4, 2020

The flight was nice but one of the bathroom isn’t easy to lock. Please fix or @ least put up a sign.

Mar 4, 2020

I have been flying Korean air for 20 years with no issues

Mar 4, 2020

Long wait for the staff to arrive for check in but they were helpful & friendly once they start.

Mar 2, 2020

We were abandoned in Hanoi and forced to buy a return ticket when the authorities would not let us in the country due to a passenger on our flight was from Daegu district of South Korea. The least your airline could have done was transport us back to Seoul and rebook us to a different location.