Korean Air has apologised for a delay caused by one of its senior executives, who went nuts over the way she was served her macadamias on a flight from New York.
She ordered a senior crew member to be removed from the plane because he presented them in a packet and not on a plate.
The aircraft had to return to the departure gate to drop him off before the flight to Seoul was able to leave.
South Korean daily Segye Ilbo reported this week that the flight from New York to Incheon, South Korea returned to the gate after Cho Hyun-ah told the head of cabin crew to leave the plane.
The report said Ms Cho (40) argued in the first class cabin and the flight departed 20 minutes late.
She is the oldest child of Korean Air's chairman, Cho Yang-ho.