South Korean airlines are driving major changes in the country’s narrowbody fleet, as startup carriers emerge and existing players prepare to receive a wave of new-generation models. Korean Air intends to introduce Airbus A321neos and Boeing 737 MAXs, although first deliveries of both types have been delayed. Asiana Airlines also has A321neos on order, while low-cost carrier (LCC) Jeju Air has ordered up to 50 Boeing MAX-family aircraft. In another notable development, the South ...

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