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Seoul approves business licences for three new carriers

March 05, 2019 / ELLIS TAYLOR

South Korea’s transport ministry has approved business licences for Aero K, Fly Gangwon and Air Premia, allowing them to move forward and apply for air operator’s certificates.The ministry states that all three carriers met the requirements around executive qualifications, capital and aircraft, to move to the AOC application stage. They now have two years to start operations.Each carrier will also be required to maintain operations at their base airport for three years before expanding.