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Korean Air announces expansion of international services for summer 2024

Korean Air is set to bolster its international services for the summer 2024 season, commencing on March 31. The expansion plan includes resurrecting flights to four cities across China, Europe, and Southeast Asia, and ramping up the frequency of flights on key routes. This strategic move aims to elevate the airline’s international capacity to approximately

Korean Air stuns with strong Q2 showing, profits up year-on-year

At a time when many airlines around the world are bleeding losses, Korean Air has managed to deliver a profit. The airline reports that, despite a 44 per cent year-on-year drop in revenue over the period April to June, the second quarter returned a net income of US$136 million. By comparison, Korean Air ran at

Korean Air president: Company nearing collapse

Korean Airlines has warned the COVID-19 outbreak could threaten its survival in a memo issued to all staff on Monday. 

Korean Air leverages Pratt & Whitney engine deal to boost its growing MRO business

Airlines are increasingly seeking to capture back value from aircraft orders, often eyeing side deals involving their growing MRO divisions. So seems to be the case for Korean Air selecting Pratt & Whitney’s GTF to power its A321neo aircraft.

Korean Air teams up with K-pop band SuperM for new safety video

Korean Air has tapped into the global K-pop phenomenon for its new in-flight safety video featuring all-male group SuperM and solo artist BoA.

Korean Air boosting Seoul-Brisbane to daily

Korean Air says it plans to increase its nonstop Seoul Incheon-Brisbane service with two-class Airbus A330-300s to daily from October 27 2019.


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