Korean Air reported a full-year 2008 net loss of KRW1.96 trillion ($1.4 billion), reversed from a net profit of KRW11.1 billion in 2007, citing the weak won as the biggest contributor to the heavy deficit. It also said yesterday that it is boosting its A380 order from eight aircraft to 10 and will initiate "more aggressive investment" this year with the aim of achieving a "black ink balance" in 2009 while building "a foundation for future growth." It said it will focus on "increasing ...

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