Korean Air has shut down its office near Incheon International Airport, the main airport in Seoul, South Korea on Tuesday after one of its flight attendant tested positive for the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Korea Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) notified the carrier of the infected employee, a spokeswoman for the airlines told Reuters.
Images of the notorious Korean Air heiress Heather Cho subjecting her husband to verbal and physical abuse has recently emerged online.
On Wednesday, a video purportedly shows Cho, a former Korean Air VP also known as Cho Hyun-ah, shouting “Die! Die!” at her husband which was aired on local broadcaster KBS.
Koreans have been thrilled since Korean Air officially launched its Seoul-Zagreb route earlier this month.
The airline, named the world’s best performing in this year’s World Airline Report, landed its inaugural flight to the Croatian capital on Sept. 1.
An American woman was forcibly removed from a Korean Air flight as she yelled “NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT” after it was delayed for an hour and 40 minutes.
Video posted by Korea JoongAng Daily shows the 30-year-old woman, who originally paid for an economy seat, sitting down in the business class section on a flight bound for San Francisco that took off from Incheon International Airport on July 27.
Grammy award-winning musician Richard Marx helped restrain a “wild” passenger who reportedly attacked flight staff aboard Korean Air flight from Hanoi, Vietnam.
According to Asia One website, the incident happened aboard a flight carrier that took off from Hanoi to Seoul, South Korea. Marx – known for his single “Right Here Waiting” – who was with his wife Daisy Fuentes noticed a fellow passenger who was misbehaving.