Following on from the Korean Air A380 Seat Map Plans we exclusively revealed yesterday, we have now been able to obtain and publish Korean Air A380 Cabin Photos.
Note the Korean Air A380 Cabin Photos have now been released the photo, this article contains pre-released promo photos from Korean Air which in the end were found not to be accurate of the final product. Please look here for the final Korean Air A380 Cabin Photos
These photos are from the Korean Air website however we are certain that they are not actual Korean Air A380 Cabin photos, personally the team here at the Business Travel Guru can see that these shots from different aircraft as well as Airbus promotion shots, also for example look at photo 1 below it clearly shows seats in a 2-3-2 configuration compare this to the Korean Air A380 Seat Map Plan that we published yesterday none of the cabins have this seating configuration, from the below photo this look like J Premier Class (Business Class) but the seat map clearly shows this cabin is configured in a 2-2-2 seating configuration. Also from the seat map Premium Class (Business Class) is located on the upper deck.
Photo 1: A photo claiming to be Korean Air A380 Premier Class (Business Class)
It is however interesting to note that photo 2 of the staircase clearly shows a bar/lounge at the top of the stairs, as these photos are from the Korean Air website we are fairly certain the cabin product shown in these photos is fairly accurate (but not completely).
Photo 2: Another photo claiming to be of Korean Air A380 Cabin and Stair Case (In reality it is an Airbus A380 Promo picture/Aircraft)
Photo 3: Korean Air A380 First Class Suite
These photos and yesteradys seat maps were found at the following URL http://a380.koreanair.com/ Take a look for your self!
As with other Airlines Airbus A380 launches only time will tell how accurate the photos are as well as the final quality of the product, however as Korean Air’s A380 will only have 407 seats in total (12 First Class Seats, 94 Prestige Class (Business Class) and 301 Economy Class seats) we think Korean Air’s A380 will be a real treat something we cannot wait to taste for our self.