Boeing said Friday that Korean Air placed an order for two more 747-8 freighters, adding to the five of the type it already has on order.
Computer-generated drawing of Korean Air 747-8F. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Boeing said Friday that Korean Air placed an order for two more 747-8 freighters, adding to the five of the type it already has on order. The manufacturer valued the new orders at $639 million based on list prices. KE also has five 747-8 Intercontinental aircraft on order (ATW Daily News, Dec. 7, 2009). It will join Lufthansa among carriers ordering both versions. Separately, a KE spokesperson confirmed to ...
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