Korean Air has finalized a deal with Boeing that will significantly boost the airline’s 787 fleet. The South Korea flag carrier has confirmed orders for 10 787-9s and 10 -10s, in a deal that was first announced as an MOU at the Paris Air Show on June 18. At that time, it also revealed a deal to lease another 10 -10s from Air Lease Corp. Korean already operates 10 787-9s. The carrier intends to deploy the -10s on medium-haul routes, and the -9s on longer-range flights. The ...

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