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Delta Gains Government Go-Ahead for Korean Air Joint

Delta Gains Government Go-Ahead for Korean Air Joint
Ryan Boyd

Delta Air Lines has received the green light from the United States Department of Transportation to commence its planned joint venture with Korean Air that will permit both carriers to form a combined network of flights to over 290 destinations for flyers.

Delta does, however, still need to secure approval from the government of South Korea in order to finalize its plans.

To read more on this story, go to Atlanta Business Chronicle.

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  1. Sabai

    November 21, 2017 at 10:29 am

    Perhaps to highlight KE’s previously dodgy safety record, FT uses a photo where a Korean Air plane has the slides deployed and is covered in foam; a nice touch.

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