Korean Air comercializará 20 tn por vuelo para el mercado español en la ruta desde Zaragoza

Korean Air comercializará 20 tn por vuelo para el mercado español en la ruta desde Zaragoza

13/06/2013

Korean Air Cargo tiene previsto entre el 21 de junio y el 26 de julio comercializar 20 toneladas de carga por vuelo para el mercado español en la ruta carguera Zaragoza-Seul, fruto de la reconfiguración temporal de los vuelos operados para Inditex con motivo de la temporada baja.

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