Korean Air posted a second-quarter profit of KRW15 billion ($15.4 million) compared to a loss of KRW43 billion in the year-ago quarter thanks to strong international traffic and stable growth in its cargo operations. Operating revenue increased 8.7% to KRW1.94 trillion. KE attributed the turnaround to implementation "of cost control measures across the board" and focusing service on routes with strong potential. International passenger revenue jumped 14.2%, with both ASKs and RPKs growing ...

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