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Virus fallout: Empty in-flight meal carts [PHOTOS]

An aircraft meal cart is almost empty at Korean Air's in-flight meal production center in Incheon, Thursday. The facility, which used to produce 70,000 meals a day before the outbreak of the coronavirus, now makes only 3,700 as most flights are grounded. The sharp fall caused a massive layoff of workers at the facility. Only two out of 20 production lines are operating, with about 10 workers. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
An aircraft meal cart is almost empty at Korean Air's in-flight meal production center in Incheon, Thursday. The facility, which used to produce 70,000 meals a day before the outbreak of the coronavirus, now makes only 3,700 as most flights are grounded. The sharp fall caused a massive layoff of workers at the facility. Only two out of 20 production lines are operating, with about 10 workers. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul

Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul

Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul

Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
An aircraft meal cart is almost empty at Korean Air's in-flight meal production center in Incheon, Thursday. The facility, which used to produce 70,000 meals a day before the outbreak of the coronavirus, now makes only 3,700 as most flights are grounded. The sharp fall caused a massive layoff of workers at the facility. Only two out of 20 production lines are operating, with about 10 workers. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
An aircraft meal cart is almost empty at Korean Air's in-flight meal production center in Incheon, Thursday. The facility, which used to produce 70,000 meals a day before the outbreak of the coronavirus, now makes only 3,700 as most flights are grounded. The sharp fall caused a massive layoff of workers at the facility. Only two out of 20 production lines are operating, with about 10 workers. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul

Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul

Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul

Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
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