Despite cargo-service woes, Korean Air adds flights to U.S., Europe

11/26/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Korean Air is hoping that boosting service on key routes will drive growth despite its ailing cargo service. Territorial disagreement between Japan and China have caused many fliers to connect in Seoul instead of Tokyo, and the airline will add service to Europe and the U.S. Southeast.

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