BEIJING—Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) said it wants to become a “super tier-one” supplier in commercial aviation—a contractor whose capability is closer to building a complete aircraft. The company is aiming at doubling its commercial-aircraft business by 2024-25 and doubling it again by 2030, a spokesperson said. Its 2018 sales in the segment were KRW1.1 trillion ($925 million). Whereas aerostructure makers commonly sharpen their competitiveness by specializing ...

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