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Following Richard Marx Heroics, Airline Eases Restrictions On Using Tasers On Unruly Passengers

A week after singer Richard Marx criticized Korean Air crew members as being “ill-equipped” to deal with unruly passengers after he helped subdue a fellow traveler on a flight from Vietnam to South Korea, the carrier says it will better train employees and allow them to use stun guns to manage in-flight disturbances.  [More]

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Court Sentences Former Korean Air Executive To One Year In Prison For “Nut Rage” Incident

Showing that the country does not take it lightly when the upper-class behaves badly, a South Korean court just handed down a prison sentence of one year for the former Korean Air executive who went into an infamous “nut rage” over improperly served macadamias on a flight in December last year.

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Former Korean Air Executive Facing Criminal Charges Over “Nut Rage” Incident

The former Korean Air executive who resigned in the wake of reports that she’d reprimanded a flight’s crew for improperly serving macadamia nuts and ordered an employee off the plane, causing a 20-minute delay, is now facing criminal charges related to the incident.

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Korean Air Learns That Kenya’s “Indigenous People Full Of Primitive Energy” Are Active On Twitter

Korean Air Learns That Kenya’s “Indigenous People Full Of Primitive Energy” Are Active On Twitter

What started as an attempt by Korean Air to promote its flights between Inchon, Korea, and Nairobia, Kenya, has ended with the airline having to apologize to a lot of people who aren’t thrilled with the airline’s suggestion that people visit Kenya to see its “indigenous people full of primitive energy.”

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