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  • ANALYSIS: South Korea country report July-September 2018

ANALYSIS: South Korea country report July-September 2018

Low-cost operator Jin Air narrowly avoided having its license cancelled by South Korean authorities after it was discovered that the airline had violated local transportation laws. Start-up Air Premia is inching closer to a launch in 2020, after securing funding. At the same time, Seoul restarted the feasibility studies to build a second airport on Jeju island.

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