Korean Air slides to second quarter loss but touts 'record high' revenue

Korean Air 777. Photo: By Roger Payne. Korean Air posted a second quarter net loss of KRW233.1 billion ($197 million), reversed from a KRW78.5 billion profit in the year-ago period, blaming the negative swing in part on a 30% year-over-year surge in fuel costs and the falling value of the won. But...

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