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15 OCTOBER 2018
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In addition to hosting a suitably lavish gathering at the British Museum a few weeks ago (BTN 1 October), Korean Air had a fresh take on its 30th anniversary celebrations.
During its three decades in the UK, the airline has had 14 UK & Ireland regional managers.
Against all odds, six had the surname Kim and five had the surname Lee.
The tradition is being upheld by the current regional manager UK & Ireland, Jong Rae Kim, who has held the position since 2016.
Talking of anniversaries, Korean Air’s airport manager Allan Lambert has also been celebrating 30 years with the airline – since the UK service started. He is followed closely by sales manager Peter Barron, who joined in 1995.
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Michael carrivick, Wokingham
I've worked with both Allan Lambert and Peter Barron, and found it a pleasure with them both. The local cement that binds the links abroad.