Korean Airlines Boeing 737-800


Well, I think this aircraft would be a great addition to the infinite flight fleet would you agree.
Like Asiana, Korean Air offers economy passengers two checked bags each of up to 23 kilograms (50 pounds). An extra checked bag costs $200 and overweight bags cost $100 each. Business class passengers get two checked bags of up to 30 kilograms (66 pounds) each. That’s slightly less than what Asiana offers its business class passengers.

Korean Air provides free standard seat selection for almost all economy passengers. Passengers in more expensive fare classes even get free extra legroom and preferred seat selection. However, passengers on promotional fares (booking code N or T) will have to pay for standard seat selection and cannot purchase extra legroom seats.
Korean Air Lines Co., Ltd., operating as Korean Air, is the flag carrier of South Korea and its largest airline based on fleet size, international destinations, and international flights. It is owned by the Hanjin Group

Sure thing, I am surprised that no other request has been made prior to this.