Korean Air has stepped up cabin sterilization procedures on all its flights following the outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) outbreak in Korea. Previously, the carrier had only been sterilizing cabins on flights to and from Middle East (ME) destinations, but will now expand the procedure to all its aircraft. The Korean flag carrier says it will now begin sterilizing all aircraft once a week in addition to its ME sterilization timetable, no matter where it flies. The MERS ...

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