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Last 49,000 KRW
Change Today -850.00 / -1.71%
Volume 844.9K
As of 2:29 AM 04/17/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

korean air lines co ltd (003490) Snapshot

Open
49,850
Previous Close
49,850
Day High
50,500
Day Low
48,700
52 Week High
04/9/15 - 54,600
52 Week Low
05/7/14 - 29,543
Market Cap
3.6T
Average Volume 10 Days
483.2K
EPS TTM
-3,054.00
Shares Outstanding
72.8M
EX-Date
12/27/13
P/E TM
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Dividend
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Dividend Yield
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Current Stock Chart for KOREAN AIR LINES CO LTD (003490)

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korean air lines co ltd (003490) Details

Korean Air Lines Co., Ltd. operates as an airline company in South Korea. It operates through Air Transport, Aerospace, Flight Meals, and Hotel/Limousine segments. The company engages in the passenger and cargo transportation; maintenance of aircraft; manufacture of aircraft parts; catering of in-flight meals; and limousine transportation, as well as provision of hotel services. It also offers airport support, labor supply, business support, rental, construction operating, sports and leisure, and telecommunication services, as well as develops and supplies software. The company serves individuals, enterprises, government, department of defense, foreign airlines, etc. Korean Air Lines Co., Ltd. was founded in 1962 and is based in Seoul, South Korea.

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korean air lines co ltd (003490) Key Developments

Korean Air Announces Codeshare Agreements with Jin Air

Korean Air has announced a closer partnership with Jin Air with codeshare agreements on six routes. The code share will commence when the authorities from all the concerned countries approve the agreement. Korean Air will code share with Jin Air on routes: Seoul - Nagasaki; Seoul - Okinawa; Seoul - Macao; Seoul - Kota Kinabalu; Seoul - Vientiane and Seoul - Guam. Members of Korean Air's frequent flyer program Skypass will accumulate points when using the codeshare agreement to purchase Korean Air tickets for Jin Air flights and will also be able to use points towards ticket purchase. Korean Air and Jin Air are working closely together to accommodate the requirement for premium, full service and low cost air travel, which may in some instances see both airlines operating on the same route if there is the demand.

Korean Air Announces New Codeshare Agreement with Aerolineas Argentinas on the Seoul - New York - Buenos Aires and Seoul - Sao Paulo - Buenos Aires Routes

Korean Air has announced a new codeshare agreement with Aerolineas Argentinas on the Seoul - New York - Buenos Aires and Seoul - Sao Paulo - Buenos Aires routes. The new codeshare on the route via New York will commence on 25th March 2015 and the route via Sao Paulo will take effect after April upon obtaining regulatory approval, offering greater convenience and choice to passengers. A codeshare is an aviation business partnership through which a flight operated by one airline, is jointly marketed by one or more other airlines. The purpose of a code share is to make air travel easier, by allowing travelers to travel across the networks of multiple airlines with a single reservation, in order to reach their final destination. Alongside the current Korean Air's routes between Seoul - New York and Seoul - Sao Paulo, the codeshare flights to Buenos Aires will provide greater convenience and choice to passengers of both airlines travelling to and from Argentina. Aerolineas Argentinas, a member of SkyTeam, is Argentina's airline flying to 60 airports in 15 countries with 70 aircraft. The codeshare on Seoul - Buenos Aires route is Aerolineas Argentinas' first codeshare partnership with an airline in Asia. Korean Air currently has code share partnerships with 29 airlines on 189 routes worldwide, including Air France, AeroMexico and China Southern Airlines. Korean Air will continue to expand opportunities for codeshare partnerships to provide the most convenient schedules for its passengers. Aerolineas Argentinas has implemented 6 codeshare agreements with different airlines, including Air France, KLM and Air Europa, and will continue to add new partnerships along the year, bringing more connectivity alternatives to its passengers and seamless travel options. A codeshare is an aviation business partnership through which a flight operated by one airline, is jointly marketed by one or more other airlines. The purpose of a code share is to make air travel easier, by allowing travelers to travel across the networks of multiple airlines with a single reservation, in order to reach their final destination. Alongside the current Korean Air's routes between Seoul - New York and Seoul - Sao Paulo, the codeshare flights to Buenos Aires will provide greater convenience and choice to passengers of both airlines travelling to and from Argentina. Aerolineas Argentinas, a member of SkyTeam, is Argentina's airline flying to 60 airports in 15 countries with 70 aircraft. The codeshare on Seoul - Buenos Aires route is Aerolineas Argentinas' first codeshare partnership with an airline in Asia. Korean Air currently has code share partnerships with 29 airlines on 189 routes worldwide, including Air France, AeroMexico and China Southern Airlines. Korean Air will continue to expand opportunities for codeshare partnerships to provide the most convenient schedules for its passengers. Aerolineas Argentinas has implemented 6 codeshare agreements with different airlines, including Air France, KLM and Air Europa, and will continue to add new partnerships along the year, bringing more connectivity alternatives to its passengers and seamless travel options.

Nut Rage Flight Attendant Sues Korean Air and Vice President

A flight attendant who was harassed by a former Korean Air Lines Co. vice president in what became known as the nut rage case has filed a civil lawsuit against the airline and the executive. Kim Do Hee was verbally and physically attacked by Cho Hyun-ah, the airline chairman's daughter, who became enraged at how Kim served macadamia nuts to her. Cho then forced the taxiing plane to return to a gate to remove another crew member. Cho was sentenced to one year in prison for the Dec. 5 incident at John F. Kenney International Airport.

 

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