Korean Air moved to take a stake in China's first private low-cost airline Okay Airways, which leases 737-900s from Korean. Okay commenced operations in March from Tianjin just south of Beijing. The maximum foreign equity allowed is 49% with a cap of 25% from any one foreign company.

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