The UK Competition Authority finds that a merger between two airline services in the London to South Korea route could cause passengers to pay more to fly from London to South Korea (Asiana Airlines / Korean Air)

Airline merger could see passengers pay more to fly from London to South Korea* The buyout of Asiana Airlines by Korean Air could lead to higher prices for passengers flying between London and Seoul, as well as impacting air cargo services. Korean Air and Asiana Airlines are the only carriers

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  • United Kingdom’s Competition Authority (CMA) (London)

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UK Competition Authority, The UK Competition Authority finds that a merger between two airline services in the London to South Korea route could cause passengers to pay more to fly from London to South Korea (Asiana Airlines / Korean Air), 14 November 2022, e-Competitions November 2022 - II, Art. N° 109670

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