South Korea has seen one of the most impressive domestic seat capacities, reaching 160% of 2019 levels, the highest capacity recovery of any nation
However, international capacity is below 2020 levels, suggesting a difficult reopening to international routes in the future. Because of the reduced international capacity, overall recovery is still less than a third of the 2019 totals.
South Korea has over 50 aircraft due for delivery in 2022, mostly short haul aircraft, ideal for catering to the increased domestic demand. With Korean Air and Asiana set for merging in the near future, it’s expected that some fleet portfolio changes may occur, with the aim of consolidating the fleet and operations.
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