Korean Air is the national flag carrier of South Korea. It is also considered to be South Korea's largest airline, with its headquarters in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea's international flights and their cargo flights fly to 130 cities in 45 countries. There are 20 local destinations for domestic flights. The international hub of Korean flights is located at Incheon International Airport. Korean Air is the original partner of SkyTeam [SkyTeam], which is the second largest airline alliance in the world.
If you are travelling on a Korean Air flight for long distances, there are some health tips to make your flight more comfortable. The temperature inside the Koran aviation cabin is maintained at 22 to 24 degrees Celsius, which is a very comfortable temperature. It's best to wear comfortable clothes that are not too thick, but always wear a light sweater or jacket in your carry-on suitcase in case the weather gets cold.
The humidity in the cabin of South Korean flights was maintained at 15%. The average comfortable humidity level is 50% to 60%. The 15% level on Korean Air flights has been considered dry. In dry humidity, human body moisture tends to evaporate. During the flight, the skin and the membranes on the eyes and nose also begin to dry out and become very uncomfortable when this happens. During Korean Air, the best practice is to keep your body hydrated by drinking a lot of water, fruit juice or any liquid beverage. Avoid coffee and tea as these beverages will only cause further dehydration. Passengers wearing contact lenses should remove them during Korean Air to prevent their eyes from drying out and causing eye inflammation.
The atmospheric pressure inside Korean flights is set at an altitude of 5,000-8,000 feet. There is a tendency for deafness. This is due to changes in internal pressure when Korean Air flights land or take off. To avoid deafness, chew some gum or move your jaw up and down like a chewing gum. You can also try to close your mouth and pinch your nose while slowly blowing out the air.