Delta and Korean Air Transpacific Joint Venture
Delta and Korean Air are excited to begin strengthening a long-standing partnership by creating an industry leading transpacific joint venture. Together we will offer customers greater choice and wide-ranging benefits including:
A Stronger Network to Asia
The new joint venture creates a combined network serving more than 80 destinations across Asia and more than 290 in the Americas.
Korean Air operates nearly 100 weekly flights to 11 gateways in the U.S., including: Atlanta, Chicago-O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Honolulu, Houston-Intercontinental, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York JFK, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington-Dulles.
More Choice to Japan
The joint venture expands access to Japan, with connections to 13 Japanese destinations via Seoul.
Our partnership also includes Delta flights to Japan from mainland U.S., as well as between Tokyo-Narita and Honolulu, giving our partnership even greater size and scope.
An Enhanced Airport Experience
One of the world’s largest airports, Korean Air’s hub at Seoul Incheon International Airport (ICN) is also ranked the world’s cleanest and best international transit airport by SkyTrax.
Delta and Korean are co-located in the new, state-of-the-art Terminal 2, at Seoul-Incheon improving international connections between the two airlines and offering a more seamless passenger and baggage transit experience.
Improved Reciprocal Loyalty Program Benefits
Improved reciprocal loyalty program benefits means customers of each airline now have the ability to earn more miles on Korean Air’s SKYPASS program and Delta’s SkyMiles program.
Agency Website Information
Additional information regarding Korean Air products and services can be found on the Korean Air travel agency website KAL4Agency. Please note: travel agencies must register for access to the website.