Korean Air reported a net loss for 2018 as revenue gains were outweighed by the impacts of higher fuel prices and currency depreciation. In preliminary results, the Seoul-based airline estimated a 2018 net loss of KRW80.3 billion ($72.2 million), a turnaround from a KRW908 billion net profit in the previous year. A full earnings report and 2019 business plan will be released by the end of March, an airline spokeswoman said. Overall revenue was up 7.2% year-over-year (YOY) to KRW12.7 ...

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