Korean Air is on target to begin scheduled operations of its new low-cost subsidiary Air Korea by July, VP-International Affairs and Alliances Bang Sun Oh told ATWOnline in Seoul. "Korean Air can't serve the low-cost demand," Bang said. First flights with a single aircraft will operate between Seoul Gimpo and Jeju. The LCC's fleet eventually will comprise up to five aircraft, a mix of A300-600s and 737-800s. Air Korea will fly only domestically, Bang said. There were indications last fall ...

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