I think AP did make an error in its report.
This is what I read in The Korea Herald.(English newpaper in Korea) It said 767s are banned.
Seoul demands compensation for Air China crash
The amount of compensation money for victims from April's Air China crash in Gimhae, South Gyeongsang Province, is presumed to reach over 200 million won per person, government officials said yesterday.
The Ministry of Construction and Transportation said that they demanded Air China pay a realistic sum in compensation money for the victims, to which the Chinese side agreed in principle.
Air China officials reportedly told the Korean officials they will propose adequate amounts of compensation by putting enthusiastic efforts into negotiations with bereaved families and taking under consideration cases in the past such as the Korean Air crash in Guam several years ago.
The compensatory fund will include consolatory money, funeral expenses and others, the ministry officials said.
The amount will also reflect each victim's age group and income level, they said.
After the 1997 crash in Guam, Korean Air paid 275 million won in compensation to each victim.
The ministry also notified Air China of a ban on Boeing 767 airplanes owned by the airline from flying to Gimhae Airport.