- Korean Air will let certain passengers with tickets from the US to South Korea to change their flights, the airline said Wednesday morning local time.
- The airline is still not offering refunds to all customers, and the rebooked flight to South Korea must be on or before June 30.
- Korean Air announced on Tuesday that a flight attendant has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
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Korean Air will allow customers to adjust flights to South Korea free of charge, after one of its flight attendants tested positive for coronavirus.
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