Korean Air is taking major steps to strengthen its connecting capabilities this year, moving into a new terminal at its Seoul hub and seeking tighter links with US partner Delta Air Lines. International transit flows are particularly important in the Asia-Pacific region because of its surging air travel demand. Asia’s airlines are fighting hard to win a greater share of this traffic, causing competition to intensify among the major connecting hubs inside and outside the region. Korean ...

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