Seoul, Korea - Korean Air took the delivery of its 25th Boeing 777-300ER, the 200th Boeing aircraft received by the airline since 1971.
Korean Air currently operates 119 of these aircraft. The first Boeing aircraft received by Korea's national airline was a Boeing 707-3B5C.
The Boeing 707 was a mid-sized, long-range, narrow-body aircraft powered by four turbofan engines. The aircraft was built from 1958 to 1979.
The new Boeing 777-300ER of the carrier will initially be deployed on the Incheon - Fukuoka route and then will serve on routes to other international destinations such as San Francisco, Osaka, and Hanoi like the other 24 Boeing 777-300ER in the fleet.
This latest Boeing 777-300ER is painted with a special livery to show that it is the 200th Boeing aircraft of Korean Air.
Korean Air 200th Boeing
Korean Air put its first 777-300ER in service in 2009.
Korean Air flies to 124 cities in 44 countries with 119 Boeing and 49 Airbus aircraft.