Korea’s Airlines Reintroduce MERS-Related Flight Cuts

Credit: Jeff Gilbert
The two major Korean carriers are restoring flights that were cut because of the recent Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) outbreak, although it will likely take longer for demand on those routes to recover. Asiana Airlines and Korean Air both reduced service to China, Japan and other...

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