South Korea’s Asiana Airlines is considering trimming its operations as it looks to shore up the company’s financial stability and restore market confidence. In a note to employees this week, the airline said a task force will be established to carry out restructuring plans. This could involve the sale of assets to boost liquidity, and a reorganization of routes to cut unprofitable flights. The number of aircraft operated by Asiana may also be reduced. According to the ...

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