South Korean airlines: World Cup at 35,000 feet

Passengers aboard Korean Air and Asiana Airlines will be able to track the progress of South Korea's soccer team at the World Cup -- even while in flight. The airlines plan to announce goals and half- and full-time scores as they happen starting when South Korea plays Russia.

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