Late last night I came across an article on ABC News (from the Associated Press) which had some new information about Korean Air’s Nutty situation which took place last week.
According to the article, “South Korea’s transport ministry said Korean Air Lines Co. will face sanctions for pressuring employees to lie during a government probe” into the nutty events that took place at JFK.
Yesterday I wrote about one of the most ridiculous stories related to flying that I’ve ever come across…
Here is the Cliff Notes about what happened. A Korean Air flight about to depart from NYC’s JFK Airport, bound for Seoul was delayed due to macadamia nuts. The nuts were served incorrectly causing a Korean Air VP to get very upset. (Find out more details in my post This Korean Air VP Has Gotta Be NUTS.)
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