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  1. I’ve been a coach class passenger on Korean Air several times and I have always liked the flights. The food is good and the flight attendants do their jobs well. The seats are sufficiently wide and have enough pitch for a tall person like myself in the A380 across the Pacific Ocean. I also like the meals they serve. On my recent flight in early June, the Korean Professor seated next to me was still hungry after the first meal since he had taken a Volaris flight from Mexico City and had not been able to eat at the airport or on the way. I urged him to ask the flight attendant if he could get some snacks. A bit later she returned with a cup of noodles and hot water. He was happy and full after that.

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