Make, manage and maintain

Nelms, Douglas W.
August 1997
Air Transport World;Aug97, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p97
Trade Publication
Provides information on the design and construction of the Korean's Air's maintenance base at Kimhae Airport in Pusan. Financial information on the base; Comments from J.W. Park, vice president and director-Kimhae Maintenance Center.


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