Global transportation network, Korean Air will launch its first A380 service in May 2011 with the entire upper deck of the aircraft devoted to business class flyers.

The business class seating, called Prestige Class, will have 94 lie-flat sleepers with 74 inches between seats and extra large seat partitions offering luxury and comfort to the seaters.

The new configuration of the two-story A380 aircraft will allow Korean Air business flyers to feel exclusivity like they're traveling in their own private jet, said Senior Vice President and head of the Passenger Business Division of Korean Air,  Walter Cho.

The new airline will have a total of 407 seats out of which 12 are first class and the remaining 301 seats belong to the economy section. 

Korean Air has ordered a total of ten A380 aircraft with the first five to be delivered by the end of 2011 and an additional five by 2014.

Initially, the airline will launch its A380s on short haul routes to Japan and East Asia in May, and then expand to Korean Air's U.S. and European routes in August 2011.