Two former Asiana Airlines executives including Joo Ahn Kang, who served as the carrier’s president from 2005 to 2008, have been indicated by a New York district court grand jury for allegedly price fixing economy-class tickets from the U.S. to Korea. In an Aug. 27 announcement, the U.S. Justice Department says the one-count indictment charges Kang and Chung Sik Kwak of conspiring to set ticket prices from January 2000 to February 2006 while serving as the carrier’s VP for the Americas. ...
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