Thai and South Korean investors have partnered to launch Sky Star Airways, a Bangkok-based airline hoping to position itself as a full-service carrier with fares between LCCs and large conventional airlines. The Bangkok Post reported that SSA was registered with capital of 400 million baht ($9.8 million) and expects to obtain its license and be airborne as early as December with service between Bangkok and Incheon. It has placed a deposit for two leased 230-seat 767-200ERs, is recruiting ...

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