Daniel Song Appointed Korean Air's New VP & Director For The Americas

Korean Air has appointed Daniel Song to the post of managing vice president and director of the Americas region, which includes Canada, the U.S., Mexico and South America. 

“This is an exciting time in the Americas market, especially with our strengthening joint venture with Delta,” Song said. “We’re considering a number of initiatives to support our position as the largest Asian airline in America and I look forward to the future here with great optimism.”

Song has been employed with Korean Air for 30 years. Since joining in 1988, he has held various leadership roles including general manager of passenger sales in New York and San Francisco, and vice president of regional headquarters in Southeast Asia and Central Asia C.I.S countries, where he guided the airline’s overseas business in growing markets.

Prior to this new role, Song was managing vice president of Korean Air’s passenger network and sales, and was responsible for overseeing the carrier’s global network portfolio and implementing worldwide sales strategies.

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