AccessMyLibrary provides FREE access to millions of articles from top publications available through your library.
Atlas Air has learned the hard way that its best to keep things vague when it comes to Korean Air, a growing part of Atlas' widening airline portfolio.
Korean's attempts to recover from its long-running safety problems, including a couple of freighter crashes in the past year, are bringing more business to Atlas, but the Korean carrier has told Atlas to refrain from publicly releasing any details of their contracts. So after Atlas announced a new deal with KAL last month, it was hard to say exactly how many freighters Korean is wet-leasing under long-term contracts and whether some of the planes are stop-gap solutions for a few weeks or months.
"It's a …