AUCKLAND—Korean Air is one of a handful of Asian airlines holding discussions with manufacturers that could result in new widebody aircraft deals. Korean Air has long signaled that it will need to order more widebodies to begin replacing its Boeing 777s, and recent comments from the airline indicate negotiations are underway. Reuters reports that the carrier may be close to reaching a deal for 777Xs. The airline said in April that it would probably consider a widebody order later in ...

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