The flight attendant serviced KE957, Korean Air's only scheduled service from Seoul to Tel Aviv, on February 15. As Israel's primary airport, Ben Gurion International Airport serves as the main airports for both Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, as well as most cities in the northern half of the country, with most visitors to Israel passing through the airport.
The flight was operated by a Boeing 777-200, according to FlightAware data, which seat over 200 passengers. The Times of Israel reported that around 200 South Koreans were on board the flight, with over 30 being diagnosed with the virus, according to the South Korea Center for Disease Control.
After returning to Seoul, the Los Angeles Times reported that the flight attendant may have operated two additional flights between the South Korean capital and Los Angeles. The flights that were serviced by the flight attendant, KE17 and KE12, reportedly took place on February 19 and 20, respectively, with a one-night layover in Los Angeles, the LA Times reported.
Korean Air operates multiple daily flights between Seoul and Los Angeles with some of its largest aircraft including the Airbus A380 and a Boeing 747-8i. The flights that the flight attendant reportedly worked were operated by the Airbus A380, the world's largest passenger jet seating over 400 passengers in Korean Air's configuration.