Korean Air's A380 Service Will Be Delayed Until 2010
By Seonjin Cha
Korean Air Lines Co., South Korea's largest carrier, said it will first start flying the Airbus SAS A380 in 2010, two years behind schedule.
The airline reiterated it will seek compensation for the delay in delivery, said Lee Soo Keun, vice president for purchasing at an event in Seoul.
''We will fill the gap caused by the delay in delivery by leasing or purchasing other aircraft,'' said Woo Keehong, vice president for strategy at Korean Air.
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