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- 73. Korean Air Opens Cloud Command Center
Korean Air opened a Cloud Command Center last week. Korean Air is migrating its entire IT system to the cloud, making it the first major Korean enterprise and global full-service airline carrier to overhaul its infrastructure. This new Cloud Command Center is designed to ensure the safe, stable transition of applications and data into the cloud.
- 74. Korean Air Partners Boeing on Unmanned Helicopter Development
Korean Air and Boeing have signed a Memorandum of Agreement for the joint development of 500MD unmanned helicopters. According to the MOA, Boeing will provide technical support for flight control and other data, and for test evaluations. Korean Air and Boeing will also carry out an overseas joint marketing program.
- 75. Korean Air Increases Flights to Key Long Haul Destinations
For the summer 2018 season, which commenced on 25 March, Korean Air has increased service frequency on key long-haul routes between Korean Air’s hub at Incheon International Airport in Seoul and Europe and America.
- 76. Korean Air Profit Increases by 72% in 2006
Korean Air Profit Increases by 72% in 2006. Korean Air has reported its fourth quarter results for the three months ended December 31, 2006. Operating profit increased by 455.1% to 143.4 billion KRW and net profit increased by 157.8% to 75.7 billion KRW compared to the same period in 2005 (when the figures were 25.8 billion KRW and 29.4 billion KRW respectively). The results conclu
- 77. Korean Air to Dedicate Entire A380 Deck to Business Class
Korean Air to Dedicate Entire A380 Deck to Business Class. Korean Air, which launches its first A380 service in May of this year, will dedicate the entire upper deck of the aircraft to business class flyers.
- 78. Korean Air to Launch Scheduled Flights to Zagreb, Croatia
Korean Air has unveiled plans to launch a direct scheduled service between Seoul, South Korea and Zagreb, the capital of Croatia on 1 September 2018. Korean Air will commence the direct service thrice weekly with flights operating on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
- 79. Korean Air Increases Capacity to Paris, France
Korean Air has commenced an Airbus A380 service between Seoul Incheon Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. Korean Air’s A380 which is configured with 407 seats, replaced the Boeing 777-300 formerly used on the route, which seated 291 passengers; thus increasing the total capacity on the route by 40%.
- 80. Korean Air to Increase Flights to Honolulu
Korean Air to Increase Flights to Honolulu. Korean Air is to increase its flights between Incheon and Honolulu from 7 flights to 10 flights a week, starting 12 June 2010. The newly increased flight KE053 will depart Incheon International Airport every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 10 am and arrive in Honolulu International Airport at 11:45 pm. The returning flight KE054 will d
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