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Korean Air is defending a pilot who allegedly attempted to consume alcohol on board a flight, and dale is a member of the flight crew, who reported to him, according to the report.
A man, a pilot who while on a flight from South Korea to Amsterdam, in December 2018, is said to have tried to grab a glass of champagne before take-off. As a member of the cabin crew blocked him from taking the glass. “You can’t drink alcohol,” the crew member allegedly told him about it.
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Several hours later, in the middle of the flight, the captain reportedly asked the crew to bring him a cup of wine,”, The Korea Times reported on Wednesday.
As a member of the flight crew refused to take him, to bring in alcohol, and are said to be said to the cabin crew manager on what has happened in the information provided, the manager is said to have passed on to the crew, and the co-pilot.
A Korean Air pilot who allegedly tried to bring alcohol to drink on a flight last year to “a man of action, but it shouldn’t cause any real problems,” according to a statement from the airline.
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However, the crew was reportedly instructed not to report to the captain after the plane landed, worried about his state of mind. In spite of this, the co-pilot reportedly told the captain about it, and it resulted in an “altercation” between the manager and the co-pilot, according to reports.
The manager has a claim on the incident, and Korean Air has reportedly reviewed the situation. While the captain is said to have received a verbal warning, the manager was reportedly downgraded to “create a conflict” in the race.
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“It is true that the captain was a controversial action, but it didn’t lead to real-world problems,” a spokesman for Korean Air is reported to have said in a statement, claiming that the manager has used “insulting words during the argument, and the revealing of the internal situation”.
Korean Air did not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.