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  1. he flight attendant berated by the daughter of the airline’s chairman after improperly serving nuts said Friday that she lied about the incident because she was pressured by company ... FULL ARTICLE AT MarketWatch

  2. We’ve all heard the story by now about Cho Hyun-ah, Korean Air’s Vice President for inflight services and daughter of the airline’s Chairman, who flew New York ... FULL ARTICLE AT View from the Wing

  1. Korean Air chief Cho Yang-ho on Friday apologized for his daughter’s behavior to a South Korean court, where she is on trial for air safety violations after a now ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Japan Times

  2. Korean Air flight attendant testifies in 'nut rage' case

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  3. Flight attendant says she lied for ex-Korean Air exec

    Kim Do-hee said she defended the former vice president and her 'nut rage' over macadamia nuts only because she was pressured and bribed. FULL ARTICLE AT New York Daily News

  1. Korean Air boss Cho Yang-Ho apologises in court for daughter Cho Hyun-ah

    Korean Air chief Cho Yang-Ho on Friday apologised for his daughter’s behaviour to a South Korean court, where she is on trial for air safety violations after a now ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Economic Times, India

  2. Flight attendant ‘lied’ about in-air nuts incident

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  3. Nut rage dad tells court he’s sorry

    KOREAN Air boss has apologised for his daughter in court, asshe faces 10-years in jail after she had ‘nut rage’ and broke aviation laws. FULL ARTICLE AT The Australian

  4. The chief of Korean Air tells a court in Seoul that he scolded his 40-year-old daughter over her now notorious reaction to being served nuts in a packet. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC

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Wikipedia

Korean Air Lines Co., Ltd. (KRX: 003490), operating as Korean Air, is the national and largest airline of South Korea; its global headquarters are located in Seoul in Korea. Its international passenger division and related subsidiary cargo division together serve 130 cities in 45 countries, while its domestic division serves 20 destinations. It is among the top 20 airlines in the world airlines in... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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