Korean Air will place an order for 10 freighters by year end, most likely a combination of 777Fs and 747-8Fs, and also is "considering" orders for the 777-300ER and/or the 747-8 Intercontinental, according to senior executives who briefed reporters yesterday in Seoul. Korean Air Cargo President Ken Choi said the airline "definitely, for sure" will place an order for 10 freighters within the next 2.5 months. "The time is now pressing," he said. "We need them [to begin delivery] by 2010." Choi ...

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