Korean Air posted third-quarter net income of KRW264 billion ($227.9 million), a dramatic turnaround from the KRW684.1 billion loss it suffered in the year-ago period, marking its second straight profitable reporting period after six consecutive quarterly losses. The year-ago third quarter was KE's largest single quarterly loss in 14 years. It attributed the reversal to lower fuel prices, a stronger won and a better performance in its international passenger business. It said it expects to ...

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