Korea’s longest established low-cost carrier (LCC) T’way Air has been granted a Foreign Air Carrier Permit (FACP) by the US Department of Transportation. This will allow the carrier to extend its current regional passenger services to North American destinations, as well as provide cargo capacity on the same routes. With LCC carriers now taking some 50% of all passenger traffic in Korea, regional LCC operators are looking overseas for continued growth. Initially, T'way will ...

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