Korea expands international air service agreements

South Korea is expanding its air services agreements (ASAs) with key international destinations, including India and Austria. The new agreement with India raises allocations from 6X-weekly to 19X-weekly for carriers between the two countries, and also includes a relaxation of codeshare restrictions...

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