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Korean Air vs. Qantas , which is better?

Korean Air Lines Co., Ltd., operating as Korean Air, is the largest airline and flag carrier of South Korea based on fleet size, international destinations and international flights.

Qantas Airways is the flag carrier of Australia and its largest airline by fleet size, international flights and international destinations.

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Korean Air
Qantas

Difference and similar

Hubs

Korean Air

  • Incheon International Airport
  • Gimpo International Airport

Qantas

  • Brisbane Airport
  • Melbourne Airport
  • Sydney Airport
  • Adelaide Airport
  • Perth Airport

Founded

Korean Air

1962

Qantas

March 1921

Founders

Korean Air

Cho Choong-Hoon

Qantas

  • Hudson Fysh
  • Paul McGinness
  • Fergus McMaster

Company slogan

Korean Air

Excellence in Flight

Qantas

The Spirit of Australia

Headquarters

Korean Air

Gonghang-dong, Gangseo-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Qantas

Mascot, Sydney, Australia

Logo

Korean Air

Qantas

Number of employees

Korean Air

Qantas

29,596 (2015)

Subsidiaries

Korean Air

Jin Air

Qantas

  • QantasLink
  • Jetstar Airways
  • Jetconnect
  • Qantas Freight
  • Qantas Holidays
  • Express Ground Handling
  • Qantas Ground Services
  • Q Catering
  • Snap Fresh

Key people

Korean Air

  • Cho Yang-Ho (Chairman)
  • Cho Won-Tae (President & CEO)
  • Cho Choong-Hoon (Founder)

Qantas

  • Leigh Clifford, AO (Chairman)
  • Alan Joyce, AC (CEO)

Website

Korean Air

koreanair.com

Qantas

qantas.com

Revenue

Korean Air

US$ 13.24 billion (2014)

Qantas

A$15.8 billion

Net income

Korean Air

US$ (233) million (2014)

Qantas

A$975 million

Nation

Korean Air

Korea

Qantas

Australia

Alliance

Korean Air

SkyTeam

Qantas

Oneworld

Fleet size

Korean Air

176

Qantas

124

Destinations

Korean Air

127

Qantas

85

Stewardess

Korean Air

Qantas

Planes

Korean Air

Qantas