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121. Korean Air to Resume Tel Aviv Flights
Korean Air has confirmed it will resume flights between Incheon International Airport, Seoul and Tel Aviv. Commencing 13 September, Korean Air will operate three flights a week (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) on the Incheon-Tel Aviv route, utilizing Boeing 777-200 aircraft.
122. Korean Air orders Six More Airbus A330-200s
Korean Air orders Six More Airbus A330-200s. Korean Air has placed a new firm order with Airbus for six more A330-200 aircraft. The order is the first for the new 238 tonne increased take-off weight version of the popular twin-engine widebody, offering an extended flying range of up to 7,200 nautical miles.
123. Korean Air to Launch Flights to Houston
Korean Air is to launch nonstop flights between Houstonís George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and Incheon International Airport in Seoul, on 2 May 2014. Korean Air will operate the flights from the Terminal D facility at Bush Intercontinental Airport (at 10:40 am) every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, using Boeing 777-200 aircraft.
124. Korean Air to Launch Seoul - Okinawa Flights
Korean Air is to launch flights between Incheon International Airport in Seoul and Okinawa, Japanís southernmost prefecture. Korean Air will launch daily flights on the Incheon-Okinawa route on 5 May 2016, utilizing Boeing 777-200 aircraft seating 248 passengers.
125. Korean Air to establish New Cargo Terminal at Tianjin Binhai International Airport
Korean Air to establish New Cargo Terminal at Tianjin Binhai International Airport. Korean Air, the world's largest commercial cargo carrier in terms of FTK (freight ton-kilometers) volume, is strengthening its position in the China market with the establishment of a new cargo terminal at the Tianjin Binhai International Airport through a joint venture with Sinotrans Air Transporta
126. Korean Air Adds its Third SkyTeam Livery Aircraft to Fleet
Korean Air unveiled its third SkyTeam livery aircraft earlier this week. Korean Airís third SkyTeam livery aircraft that presented itself is a Boeing 737-800. The newly wrapped aircraft with a configuration of 149 seats will operate short-haul routes including China, Japan and South East Asia.
127. Korean Air Reports Q3 Profit
Korean Air Reports Q3 Profit. Korean Air has reported an operating profit of 100.1 billion KRW for the third quarter of 2009 compared to loss of 25.1 billion KRW a year earlier, on a 14.7% drop in operating expense thanks to lower fuel prices and a stronger Korean Won, as well as better performance in its international passenger business.
128. Korean Air launches Car Rental Service in Jeju
Korean Air launches Car Rental Service in Jeju. Korean Air has launched a car rental service for members of Skypass using their flyer points in Jeju Island. Skypass is the carrierís popular frequent flyer program. Instead of paying up to KRW 59,000 for renting a 2,000cc car for a day, Skypass members around the world can now enjoy the convenience of redeeming their mileage points a

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