SEOUL—South Korean LCC Aero K aims to launch operations later in 2019 if it wins approval during the government’s upcoming selection process for start-up airlines. The South Korean government is expected to approve at least one new airline from a list of LCC applicants, with a decision due by the end of February. In addition to Aero K, the proposed LCCs include Air Premia, Air Philip and Fly Gangwon. A new cargo LCC has also applied for a license, although the government is ...

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