Following a Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) Red Alert warning by the Hong Kong government warning travelers against flying to Korea, Cathay Pacific Airways and its subsidiary Dragonair have committed to refunds or re-routing for all existing tickets to Seoul, Busan and Jeju up to the end of August. In addition, Taiwan-based China Airlines, Eva Air, TransAsia Airways and Mandarin Airways are also offering full-refund cancellations in the immediate term for Korean flights. Korea has ...

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