Korean Air is the flagship in South Korea. It is also considered to be the largest airline in South Korea with headquarters in Seoul, South Korea. International Korean flights as well as freight flights fly to 130 cities in 45 countries around the world. The domestic Korean flights earn 20 local destinations. The International Hub for Korean Airplanes is at Incheon International Airport. Korean Air is an original partner of SkyTeam, the second largest airline alliance.
If you travel long distances by plane on Korean Air flights, it helps to know a few health problems to make your plane more enjoyable. The temperature inside the cabin for Quran Air flights is maintained from kl. 22 to 24, which is a very comfortable temperature. It is still best to wear comfortable clothes that are not too thick, but always wear a lightweight sweater or jacket in your carry-on luggage, only if it gets cool.
Humidity inside the Korean flight cabin is kept at a level of 15 percent. The comfortable humidity level for the average person is 50 to 60 percent. The 15 percent level of Korean Air flights is already considered to be dry. In dry moisture, the body's moisture tends to evaporate. The skin as well as the membranes on your eyes and nose also begin to dry out during the course of the race, and it can get quite uncomfortable when it happens. The best thing to do during Korean flights is to keep yourself hydrated by drinking plenty of water, fruit juice or any kind of liquid drinks. Avoid drinking coffee and tea because these drinks can only cause further dehydration. Passengers with contact lenses should remove them during Korean flights to avoid eye dryness, which may cause the eyes to become inflamed.
Atmospheric pressure within Korean aircraft is set at an altitude of 5,000-8,000 feet. There is a tendency for the ear's euthanasia to occur. This is due to the change in pressure within the Korean Air planes when they land or leave. To avoid depletion of your ears chew some chewing gum or just move your jaw up and down as if you are chewing gum. You can also try to close your mouth and then squeeze your nose while breathing a little air slowly.