Following the five-day disruption to in-flight meal services, South Korea's second-largest airline Asiana Airlines said that it will offer snacks to replace regular meals for all flights.
Asiana Airlines said that meals will be supplied onboard all 79 international flights and that simple meals such as hot dogs and burritos will be supplied for short-leg flights.
With the move, the airline stopped offering meal vouchers valued between $30 and $50 that have been provided for passengers as compensation for failing to receive in-flight meals.
But this is triggering criticism that the airline is providing replacements considered to be snacks instead of regular meals.
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