Korean Air released further details about its new low-cost airline, a project it originally said could launch within three years but that now is scheduled to take flight next May (ATWOnline, June 5). The new carrier, dubbed Air Korea, will start operations with three A300s and two 737s flying mainly leisure travelers to Japan, China, Thailand and Malaysia. The move is seen in part as a response to the recent JV between Singapore-based Tiger Airways and Incheon city authorities to establish ...

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