Flag carrier Korean Air is to expand its international network reach into both Brazil and Croatia through newly signed agreements with Brazil’s GOL and an air services agreement (ASA) with the Croatian government. The codeshare with GOL will see Korean aircraft operating shared flight nomenclature on 16 new routes from June 11. The agreement will see Korean gain new access to major cities such as Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, and Manaus up to three times daily. Korean currently operates a ...

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