More Korean Air Passengers Balk At $65M Antitrust Deal

Law360, New York (October 28, 2013, 5:40 PM EDT) -- A dozen more passengers voiced dissatisfaction Friday with a $65 million settlement of a proposed class action alleging Korean Air Lines Co. fixed the price of flights between the U.S. and Korea, saying the deal would benefit the airline and the attorneys for the class, not the passengers who were allegedly taken for a ride.

The agreement, which would resolve claims that Korean Air conspired with Asiana Airlines Inc. to fix air fares and fuel surcharges, calls for Korean Air to pay $39 million in cash...
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