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Korean Air chief apologises for daughter’s ‘nut rage’

Korean Air chief Cho Yang-Ho apologised for his daughter’s behaviour to a South Korean court, where she is on trial for air safety violations after a now notorious “nut rage” incident.

Cho Hyun-Ah faces a maximum 10-yr sentence if convicted of charges, which stem from an incident when she allegedly forced the chief purser off a New York-Seoul flight, forcing plane to return to the gate. The 40-year-old, who was a KAL vice president, took exception to being served macadamia nuts she had not asked for and in a bag, not a bowl in an incident that sparked outrage in South Korea.


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