Korean Air Slips To Steeper First Quarter Loss

Korean Air
Korean Air expects increased domestic demand this month and some international travel restrictions to be eased soon.
Credit: Korean Air via Twitter
Korean Air predicts losses seen in the 2020 first quarter (Q1) will continue though the current quarter, although there are some positive signs for passenger demand emerging. The carrier reported a net loss of KRW692 billion ($561 million) for the three months through March 31, compared to a loss of...

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