Korean taps China’s tech base

KOREAN Air Lines has launched twice-weekly cargo flights from Incheon International Airport (South Korea) to Chengdu (China) on the back of growing demand for hi-tech goods.

More technology firms, such as Apple and Dell, are setting up in the city, lifting demand for freighters serving the region.

Earlier this month Korean became embroiled in cargo price-fixing allegations in Australia.

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