After flying from Hong Kong to Seoul Incheon in Korean Air’s A330 first class, it was time to connect from Incheon to San Francisco in Korean Air’s 787-9 first class. While the A330 and 787 have different configurations, the planes have something in common — both planes have the same seats in business class and first class.
Korean Air has Apex Suites in business class on the 787-9, which is my favorite generic business class seat out there.
But they also have exactly the same seats in first class. There’s one row of first class seats, in a 2-2-2 configuration. In these Apex Suite configurations, the window seats are by far the best, given how much privacy they have, as you can raise the divider between seats.
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