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​Korean Air expands business jet charter unit

Korean Air has expanded its private jet charter operation following the arrival of a new Gulfstream G650ER.

A spokesman says that the private jet charter operation has been split into an separate department, and that its fleet comprises the Gulfstream G650ER, two Global Express XRS BD700s, and two Boeing BBJ 737-700s.

The two BBJs are registered HL8222 and HL7759. HL8222 is a seven year old jet according to Flight Fleets Analyzer. HL7759 is a 10 year old jet recently acquired from Samsung Techwin, a local technology company recently rebranded Hanhwa Techwin.

The two Global Express aircraft are registered HL8230 and HL8238. HL8230 was delivered to Korean Air six years ago, while HL8238 is a 2010-vintage jet that formerly served with Samsung Techwin.

The G650ER is registered HL8068.

In addition, the unit’s website shows a single Sikorsky S-76C helicopter as available for charter.

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