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Asiana Airlines Q3 Operating Profit $5.3 Mln, Swinging To Profit From Operating Loss 45.1 Billion Won From Year Earlier
Korea Development Bank says Korean Air to invest 1.8 trln won to become Asiana Airlines' largest shareholder
Asiana Airlines Says To Merge Three Common Shares Into One
Asiana Airlines Inc is a Korea-based company principally engaged in the provision of air transportation services. The Company operates its business through four segments. The Air Transportation segment mainly engaged in the passenger and freight air transportation services, and sale of in-flight duty free products and others. The Information and Communication segment mainly provides services such as integrated system construction and information and communication (IT) services. The Air Transportation Support Service segment is mainly engaged in cargo handling. The Other segment is mainly engaged in recreation condominiums and other financial businesses.
443-83, Ojeong-ro, Gangseo-gu
Jae Hwan Seo
Chang Su Han
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Mi Hyeong Kim
Gwang Hui Ryu
Gyu Yeong Cho
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Korean Air Lines Co Ltd said on Wednesday it expects its cargo business to face tougher competition next year as rivals expand in this area to offset a slump in passenger travel globally because of the pandemic.
A Seoul court on Tuesday allowed Korean Air Lines' parent company to go ahead with a stock issuance, clearing the way for the flag carrier's planned acquisition of indebted Asiana Airlines.
Asiana Airline's <020560.KS> lead creditor bank called for backing for Korean Air's <003490.KS> takeover of the debt-ridden Korean carrier on Thursday in the face of opposition to the plan from some shareholders.
Hanjin Kal <180640.KS>, owner of Korean Air Lines <003490.KS>, is expected to bar some members of the carrier's founding family from managing some affiliates as it consolidates Korean Air with Asiana Airlines <020560.KS>, a state bank said.
Korean Air Lines Co Ltd <003490.KS> plans to spend 1.8 trillion won ($1.62 billion) to become the top shareholder of indebted Asiana Airlines Inc <020560.KS>, in aviation's first major consolidation since COVID-19 brought the industry to its knees.
Korea Development Bank (KDB) has decided to inject 800 billion won ($723.55 million) into Hanjin Kal, owner of Korean Air Lines Co Ltd , to acquire Asiana Airlines, Yonhap reported on Monday.
Shares in Asiana Airlines Inc <020560.KS> soared on Friday on prospects that the owner of larger rival Korean Air Lines Co Ltd <003490.KS> could buy a hefty stake in the debt-laden, pandemic-hit carrier.
South Korea's Hanjin Group, owner of the nation's largest airline Korean Air Lines Co Ltd , is in talks to acquire debt-ridden Asiana Airlines Inc, local media reported on Thursday, citing unnamed investment banking sources.
Creditors plan to inject $2 billion into debt-ridden Asiana Airlines <020560.KS> after a planned sale of South Korea's second-largest carrier collapsed, a state bank said on Friday.
South Korea's Kumho Industrial said on Friday that its plan to sell Asiana Airlines , South Korea's No.2 carrier, to Hyundai Development Co had fallen apart.
South Korea's Hyundai Development Co <294870.KS> said on Tuesday it wants new terms for its acquisition of Asiana Airlines <020560.KS> after the carrier's already hefty debt burden increased by some $3.8 billion.
Airlines are starting to restore services to some destinations and plan more route openings in an expected easing of travel restrictions around the world. By May, airlines around the world had grounded about 95% of their capacity as air travel all but came to a standstill...
South Korea's Asiana Airlines Inc <020560.KS> said on Friday its provisional consolidated operating loss for the January-March quarter was 292 billion won ($237 million), after the aviation industry was hit by the coronavirus crisis.
* ASIANA AIRLINES: TO RESTART 13 INTERNATIONAL ROUTES IN JUNE TO PREPARE FOR EASED TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS FROM CORONAVIRUS Further company coverage: (Reporting by Joyce Lee)
South Korea's two state-owned banks said on Tuesday they will provide up to 1.7 trillion won ($1.4 billion) in fresh liquidity to Asiana Airlines <020560.KS>, the country's second-largest carrier, as the industry struggles with the coronavirus crisis.
South Korea's two state-owned banks said on Tuesday they had together decided to provide up to 1.7 trillion won ($1.38 billion) in fresh liquidity to Asiana Airlines which is struggling with the impact of the coronavirus.
South Korea's Asiana Airlines <020560.KS> has asked cabin crew members to take unpaid leaves as the flag carrier's China routes have been reduced due to concerns over the spread of the new coronavirus, a company spokesman said on Wednesday.
South Korea's Asiana Airlines has asked cabin crew members to take unpaid leaves as the flag carrier's China routes have been reduced due to concerns over the spread of the new coronavirus, a company spokesman said on Wednesday.
South Korean builder Hyundai Development Co <294870.KS> said on Friday its consortium has closed on its 2.5 trillion won ($2.16 billion) acquisition of a controlling stake in the country's second-biggest carrier Asiana Airlines Inc <020560.KS>.
South Korean builder Hyundai Development Co <267850.KS> said on Tuesday its consortium has been picked as the preferred bidder for a controlling stake in Asiana Airlines <020560.KS> and would inject over $1.7 billion into the debt-ridden carrier.
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