Korean Air has had a mixed history with nuts in recent years, with its image tarnished by the famous scandal of the "bite" of 2014.
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SEOUL – Korean Air Lines said on Sunday it stopped serving peanuts as appetizers to customers in response to a recent incident, when two teenage siblings could not embark on a flight due to an al · peanut allergy.
The parents of the brothers said in the media reports earlier this month that their children were withdrawn from a flight because the South Korean airline was not willing to settle for a Serious allergy to peanut.
The brothers traveled from Atlanta to the Philippines, but were stranded in Seoul after Korean Air did not accept a request to stop serving peanuts around teens because the older brother has a serious peanut allergy, means of Communication including USA Today and Good Morning America. reported
Korean Air has had a mixed history with nuts in recent years, with its image tarnished by the scandal of "mosquito ration" of 2014.
Chief daughter Cho Yang-ho, chief executive, Heather Cho, was upset when he lost temperament in the way he was served as first-class nuts and ordered the Korean Air airport to return at your doorstep to the New York airport.
The shareholders of the operating company withdrew Cho Yang-ho from its board of directors to a historic vote Wednesday on the scandals derived from the case of rage. He became the first founding member of any South Korean corporate giant to be forced out of a board of directors.
Korean Air will withdraw food containing peanuts for food for several weeks, the company said in a statement.
"The decision to stop peanut products and peanut ingredients is the minimum safety measure for passengers with allergies," he said.