Special Food Truck Brings Houston a Taste of what Korean Air has to Offer
Sept. 29, 2014

Get a taste of what awaits you on Korean Air when a special food truck offers free samples of the international carrier’s in-flight meals.

From Sept. 29 through Oct. 26, a food truck with two flight crews and a catering chef from Korea will travel to various venues around the Houston area. On board will be three examples of the in-flight meals offered to Korean Air passengers, and visitors can sample the meals free of charge.

The tour kicks off with an appearance in downtown Houston on Sept. 29 at GE Oil & Gas, 11150 Equity Drive, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. After that, the truck — fully wrapped with the Korean Air colors and images — will park close to top ranked energy corporation offices between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. On weekends it will venture out to local events in the Houston area, as well as locations in Kemah and Galveston.

Sample meals will include the airline's award-winning Bibimbap (a vegetable/meat/rice bowl entrée), Bulgogi-deob-bap (thin-sliced marinated meat in a sweet soy sauce over rice) and Galbi-jjim (braised short ribs.)

Week 1 Schedule:
Monday, September 29: GE Oil & GAS – 11150 Equity Drive, Houston, TX 77041
Tuesday, September 30: National Oilwell Varco – 1100 Corporate Centre Drive, Houston TX 77041
Wednesday, October 1: FMC Tech – 5875 N. Sam Houston Parkway W., Houston TX 77086
Thursday, October 2: Insperity: 19001 Crescent Springe Dr., Humble TX 77339
Friday, October 3: Worldwide Power Products: 5711 Brittmoore Rd., Houston TX 77041
Future locations TBA, please check back here for updates.

In May, Korean Air (KE) began nonstop service between George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and Incheon International Airport in Seoul. Known for its elegant inflight service and cutting edge entertainment systems, Korean Air has firmly established itself as a premiere international carrier within the aviation industry, accommodating more than 24 million passengers on an annual basis through flights that span six continents. With those numbers, Korean Air operates as one of the world’s 20 busiest airlines.

Learn more about Korean Air’s programs, routes, frequencies and partners online.

Korean Air is one of the growing number of international carriers operating out of Bush Intercontinental. Now with 15 carriers providing international service, Bush Intercontinental is on pace to see more than 10 million international passengers this year — a record high — and those numbers will grow when the Houston Airport System opens its international terminal at William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) in 2015.

Learn more about the Houston Airport System’s international service online.