High-maintenance: Jin Air may lose AOC over executives’ behavior | AeroTime


High-maintenance: Jin Air may lose AOC over executives’ behavior | AeroTime

Jin Air, the budget affiliate of Korean Air, may lose its Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) due to the fallout from an alleged incident involving the daughter of the airlines’ controlling family, who served on the budget carrier’s board of directors for six years despite being ineligible for the post, a government investigation has discovered.

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Second attempt to sell Corsair sees two investors

The management board of Corsair International, the French TUI subsidiary, revealed two recovery projects on May, 4, 2018. One comes from Europe, the other one from China.

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China plans charter flights to North Korea

Ten Chinese travel agencies are planning charter flights between Chengdu and Pyongyang, says South Korean news agency Yonhap. The first flight, operated by North Korean air carrier Air Koryo, is scheduled for June 20, 2018.

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Routes Europe: what they talked about in Bilbao?

At the event British airline’s Jochen Schnadt urged UK carriers to take destiny into their own hands, while former CEO of EasyJet reminded his colleagues that good times won’t last forever. Here are the highlights of the event.

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