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Cho Yang-ho set to return as head of organizing committee for 2018 Games in Pyeongchang

...promise I'd made with the International Olympic Committee to work for a successful Olympics here."Cho, who heads Korean Air, was head of the bid committee when Pyeongchang was awarded the games by the IOC in 2011. He is a vice president of...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/olympics/2014-07-28/cho-yang-ho-set-return-h
2 dead in San Francisco plane crash

...reopened, two of the four runways were operating.Asiana is a South Korean airline, second in size to national carrier Korean Air. It has recently tried to expand its presence in the United States, and joined the Star Alliance, which is anchored...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/national/2013-07-06/least-10-critically-injure
Seoulful Koreans

...affordable cabs. From Incheon International Airport, city shuttle buses reach Seoul for about $7 (9,000 won). Korean Air offers a more comfortable door-to-door service to major hotels for $10 (14,000 won), www.airport.kr/airport...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/06/07/liv_526621.shtml
Life & style
Low-level radar system faulted in fatal crashes

...not take decisive action to resolve it until after a Korean Air jumbo jet slammed into a hill on approach to Guam in...Safety Board, which will hold a final hearing about the Korean Air crash on Nov. 2, is expected to recommend that the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/10/19/tec_273954.shtml
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Airlines fined for fixing passenger, cargo fees

...one of the largest criminal antitrust investigations in U.S. history.Convicted airlines include British Airways, Korean Air and Air France-KLM. No major U.S. carriers have been charged.The price-fixing unraveled largely because two...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/2011-03-05/airlines-fined-fixing-pass
Business
Buggy software raises questions on methods, regulation

...Sometimes it's lethal. -A poorly programmed ground-based altitude warning system was partly responsible for the 1997 Korean Air crash in Guam that killed 228 people. -Faulty software in anti-lock brakes forced the recall of 39,000 trucks and...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/04/28/bus_370970.shtml
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Business briefs

...was necessary to spark more investment in high-speed Internet services. SEOUL, South Korea - Delta Air Lines and Korean Air have filed for an antitrust exemption from the Transportation Department that would let them broaden their partnership...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/03/15/bus_338713.shtml
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Jet makers rack up orders

...company.Airbus quickly found a replacement jet for demonstration flights during the air show, an A380 operated by Korean Air. But the plane maker is facing other setbacks.The Airbus A400M military transport plane had to cancel a demonstration...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/2011-06-20/jet-makers-rack-orders
North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Il, dies at 69

...1983 bombing that killed 17 South Korean officials visiting Burma, now known as Myanmar. In 1987, the bombing of a Korean Air Flight killed all 115 people on board; a North Korean agent who confessed to planting the device said Kim ordered the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2011-12-18/north-korean-leader-kim-jong
Odds and Ends

...for a decade. Calling Hwang a "national treasure," Korean Air Chairman Cho Yang-ho said in a statement Friday that...team also successfully cloned a human embryo last year. Korean Air has previously granted similar flying perks to former...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/06/07/biz_455305.shtml
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