While political tension has been affecting Korean Air’s traffic in some markets, the airline could eventually see benefits from improving international relations, Korean Air president Walter Cho says. Earlier this year, escalating tension between North Korea and both South Korea and the US harmed traffic and financial results, Cho said at a briefing during the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines annual assembly in Jeju, South Korea on Oct. 19. When the political standoff was at its ...

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