Currency Headaches Drive Korean Air Into Red

Credit: Nigel Howarth
Korean Air has not been able to reap the financial benefits of low fuel prices that other airlines have, as unfavorable exchange-rate shifts continue to negate the gains from lower fuel cost. The carrier slumped to a KRW272 billion ($247.5 million) net loss for the fourth quarter and a KRW458...

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