Korean Air Boosts Widebody Fleet As 747-400 Exit Nears

Credit: Jakkrit Prasertwit
SEOUL—Korean Air is set to receive additional widebody aircraft that will help upgrade its passenger and cargo fleets, and allow the carrier to retire its remaining 747-400s by the end of 2017. The airline expects to take delivery of two more Boeing 747-8Is and two 777-300ERs this year. That will...

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