@z428 Wir haben gestern den umgekehrten Weg gemacht: Von der Sächsischen Schweiz, wo wir zwei Wochen Urlaub gemacht haben, zurück an die heimische Ostsee. Ich werde den Duft des Waldes vermissen... #Wanderlust
A blue-top, silver and redesigned livery with a new corporate "Korean Air" logo featuring a stylized Taegeuk design was introduced on March 1, 1984, and the airline's name changed to Korean Air from Korean Air Lines. This livery was introduced on its Fokker F28 Fellowships and Boeing 747-300s. It was designed in cooperation between Korean Air and Boeing. In the 1990s, Korean Air became the first airline to use the new McDonnell Douglas MD-11 to supplement its new fleet of Boeing 747-400 aircraft; however, the MD-11 did not meet the airline's performance requirements and they were eventually converted to freighters. Some older 747 aircraft were also converted for freight service.
On June 5, 2007, Korean Air said that it would create a new low-cost carrier called Jin Air in Korea to compete with Korea's KTX high-speed railway network system, which offered cheaper fares and less stringent security procedures compared to air travel. Jin Air started its scheduled passenger service from Seoul to Jeju on July 17, 2008. Korean Air announced that some of its 737s and A300s would be given to Jin Air.
Sometimes I realize how similar Cyprus and the Provence are. I used to live three years in the provence before I moved to Cyprus. I am thankful I could experience this house which close to Polis and I can highly recommend it if someone want to see the Paphos area.