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Korean Air Celestial Bars Put Passengers on Cloud Nine

 - Jul 29, 2011
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Currently, liquor consumption on airlines is heavily dependent on busy flight attendants limited to the number of seats they can visit and plastic cups they can fill over the course of an airborne journey. Korean Air Celestial Bars will change this system dramatically. Stewardesses have always been able to satisfy first class customers' requests quickly enough, but high-paying Airbus A380 passengers will be able to acquire drinks from a staffed tap and two open bars in business class.

The arrangement will include lounge areas with couches so that affluent flyers can travel like gentlemen and women, providing people the opportunity to stretch their legs and have a slight change of scenery. Unfortunately for the majority who can only afford coach, Korean Air Celestial Bars will not be found in economy.