Articles tagged “korean air”

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Korean Air Survived the Pandemic With No Losses But Faces New Challenges

Korean Air enjoys the distinction of being the only global airline not to post any losses during the pandemic, thanks largely to its cargo operations. But if the carrier wants to continue that competitive advantage, South Korea needs to drop restrictions impacting passenger demand.

Korean Air Survived the Pandemic With No Losses But Faces New Challenges

Airlines

China-Taiwan Tension Disrupts Flight Schedules

Just when the world was looking to China for some news on reopening borders, the country has gone ahead to carry out its biggest-ever military exercise in the Taiwan Strait. Will this further delay reopening?

China-Taiwan Tension Disrupts Flight Schedules

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Airline Stocks Fall Following European Airspace Restrictions

The swift action by European governments to restrict Russian flights was bound to have financial repercussions, but considering the alternative a stock drop is a small price to pay.

Airline Stocks Fall Following European Airspace Restrictions

Airline Weekly

Cargo Boosts Korean Air for Another Profitable Quarter

Korean Air reported record cargo revenues — again — in the September quarter as the bottlenecks in supply chains and maritime shipping boosted its air freight business. But, despite rare pandemic profits, the South Korean carrier says passengers need to return for its long-term health.

Cargo Boosts Korean Air for Another Profitable Quarter

Airline Weekly

Airlines Gear Up for Return of International Travel by Redeploying Superjumbo Jets

The largest passenger jet is returning to the skies amid an eager return of long-haul travelers as countries slowly reopen their borders. Singapore Airlines joins others with reinstating the Airbus A380 in what may be a moment for the superjumbo jet.

Airlines Gear Up for Return of International Travel by Redeploying Superjumbo Jets

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Airline CEOs Want Governments to Mandate Covid Vaccines for International Travelers

Global airlines said Monday they don't want to take the responsibility mandating Covid-19 vaccines for travelers. Instead, they're more than happy to stand behind national governments as they make jabs a condition for international arrivals.

Airline CEOs Want Governments to Mandate Covid Vaccines for International Travelers

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Airline CEOs Go Live and In-Person to Juice the Recovery

The pandemic has forced airline CEOs to be more accessible. Coming off the worst year in aviation's modern history, being front and center with workers and customers takes on a new urgency for CEOs looking to resuscitate business.

Airline CEOs Go Live and In-Person to Juice the Recovery

Airline Weekly

Is the Korean Air-Asiana Merger Enough to Ease Asia’s Airline Glut?

Is the Korean Air-Asiana Merger Enough to Ease Asia’s Airline Glut?

Airline Weekly

Korean Air Does It Again and Reports Profit

Korean Air Does It Again and Reports Profit

Airlines

Korean Air Asks 70 Percent of Employees to Take Partially Paid Leave

South Korea's largest carrier is in trouble — and it is pleading for government assistance.

Korean Air Asks 70 Percent of Employees to Take Partially Paid Leave