South Korean LCC Aero K aims to launch operations later this year if it wins approval during the government’s upcoming selection process for startup airlines. The government is expected to approve at least one new airline from among several LCC applicants, with a decision due by the end of February. In addition to Aero K, the proposed LCCs include Air Premia, Air Philip and Fly Gangwon. A new cargo LCC has also applied for a license, but the government is expected to consider that ...

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