Korean Air To Retire More Older 737s, 747s And 777s

Credit: Korean Air
SEOUL—Korean Air plans to phase out more of its older passenger and cargo aircraft this year as it upgrades its fleet with several widebody and narrowbody deliveries. The carrier is due to receive four Boeing 787-9s in 2018, giving it nine, and four Boeing 777-300ERs, boosting its total to 24...

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