Korea’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport (MLIT) is urging all Korean aircraft operators to replace or mothball all aircraft that are more than two decades old. MLIT said that eight of the country’s carriers had signed an MOU in which they “voluntarily agreed to replace all their aircraft that are 20 years old or older.” The move comes following a spate of aircraft maintenance issues in the region. In April, Japan and Korea suspended charter flights ...

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