A proposed startup carrier in South Korea has taken a major step forward with the delivery of its first two ATR 72-500 turboprops. The airline, to be called Hi Air, intends to start service later in 2019 after it receives its air operator’s certificate (AOC), ATR said.  Skyworld Aviation, the company that helped arrange the sale, said the two ATR 72s were previously operated by Air Tahiti. Hi Air will be based in Ulsan, South Korea, a city in the southeast of the country. The ...

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