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Boeing hadn't sold a single 747 this year until Korean Air bought five on Thursday. The 747 can seat hundreds of passengers but requires 63,000 gallons of jet fuel, making for a costly gamble for airlines...But the glamorous double-decker jumbo jet
AFP South Korea's biggest airline, Korean Air, Thursday announced the planned purchase of 12 Boeing passenger jets for $3.8 billion over the next five years. In a regulatory filing, the carrier said it planned to add five 747-8 Intercontinentals, six
My local friend Yuri tells me the modern South Korean psyche formed as a result of the people having lost so much through years of invasion and alien occupation. They have had to rebuild almost from scratch over and again and, consequently, are
KF-16 fighter jets of the South Korean air force prepare to take off during a night flight operation at an air base in Chungju, about 100 km (62 miles) southeast of Seoul in this picture taken April 17, 2013 and released April 18, 2013. South Korea's
Superjumbo, the world's largest passenger plane, has finally conquered the world's busiest airport. Korean Air kicked off its double-decker Airbus A380 service this week from Seoul to Atlanta, which celebrated Friday with a spectacular ceremony.
Chinese civil aviation authorities said on Wednesday that they have recommended Korean Air ban one of its crews from flying to Xi'an for one year after the team failed to correctly follow directives from the airport's air traffic control tower. The
Staff writer It's almost noon when Korean Air Flight 19, a Boeing 777-200 from Seoul, South Korea, noses into its gate at Sea-Tac Airport's South Satellite Terminal. The Korean flight is one of nine international flights that will arrive at Sea-Tac
Airport eyes expansion by 2018 to ease congestion Staff writer It's almost noon when Korean Air Flight 19, a Boeing 777-200 from Seoul, South Korea, noses into its gate at Sea-Tac Airport's South Satellite Terminal. The Korean flight is one of nine
Korean Air photo contest Korean Air is holding its annual photo contest, which marks its 20th anniversary, until Sept. 1. All people who like travel and photography can participate in this contest in which participanrs submit unpublished photos taken
A Chinese court yesterday upheld an 11-year prison sentence handed to the brother-in-law of jailed Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo, a lawyer said. Police had detained Liu Hui in January on suspicion of committing fraud in connection with a real-estate deal.