Korea’s huge transportation conglomerate, the Hanjin Group that owns Korean Air, says it is speeding up efforts to create a Central Asia logistics hub for multi-modal freight with the opening of an air cargo terminal at Navoi International Airport in Uzbekistan. Calling the terminal part of a modern-day Silk Road, Korean Air President Chang Hoon Chi says the airline will “spare no effort” to support freight growth at Navoi. To gain preoccupancy benefits, Hanjin has helped manage the ...


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