Korean Air Losses Deepen Despite Passenger Strength
Korean Air slid to a wider loss in the six months through June 30, as a strong performance in the passenger sector—particularly on long-haul routes—could not offset a weaker cargo market and higher costs.The carrier reported a net loss of KRW415 billion ($359 million) for the first half, compared to...
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