Asiana Airlines has been penalised $US500,000 for failing to assist family members of passengers on a flight that crashed last year at San Francisco airport, federal transportation officials said Tuesday. The fine announced by the US department of transportation was a first: No airline has broken US laws that require […]
The National Transportation Safety Board released a new video of the crash landing of Asiana Flight 214 in San Francisco this summer. Filmed from an airport camera, it shows the Boeing 777 coming in for landing. The jet’s tail strikes the ground, and the whole aircraft pitches up into the […]
But it could ended up paying more.
Confirmed by the coroner.
They will be interviewed in South Korea.
To focus on "managing the aftermath of the accident."
Says it tarnished the dignity of the pilots and the company.
The transportation agency released a statement on the TV gaffe.
Nearly a week after the accident.
After everyone had escaped.
Why so few people died in the Asiana crash.
"A false way of thinking about trying to protect yourself."
Investigators don't know what it was.
Until a flight attendant noticed a fire.
And the NTSB fires back.
Don't let the news scare you.