South Korean carrier Asiana Airlines plans to compensate passengers affected by flight delays caused by disruptions in the supply of onboard meals earlier this month. The breakdown in meal supplies attracted major media attention in South Korea. The carrier said the issue began July 1 and was resolved by July 5, with major delays occurring between these dates. The problems were linked to a change in inflight meal providers. Asiana said 100 international flights were delayed by at least an ...

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