Learn more about the Korean Air joint venture. Every joint venture, code share, and ownership stake is unique. Learn more about what makes this relationship different from others. This page reviews the fundamentals surrounding the Korean Air JV, including route structure and other important facts. In addition, this page discusses the timeline involved in this agreement, highlighting various milestones.

Timeline

  • SkyTeam alliance formed with Delta and Korean as two founders
  • Delta and Korean Air announce expanded cooperation
  • JV agreement signed
  • Regulatory approvals attained to launch JV

JV Fundamentals

  • JV will combine to serve more than 290 destinations in the Americas and more than 80 in Asia
  • The airlines will expand codeshare flights on trans-Pacific routes
  • Airlines will share costs and revenues on flights within the scope of the JV
  • Delta currently serves Seoul from 3 cities: ATL, DTW, & SEA
  • Currently, Korean Air’s passenger operations serve 11 U.S. territories and cities with 16 peak day departures to Seoul, compared to Delta’s 3 peak day departures

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