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  • Three Asiana plane crash victims remain in critical condition

    Three Asiana plane crash victims remain in critical condition
    Three survivors of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 remained in critical condition at a San Francisco hospital Thursday after another Bay Area facility said its last critical patient from the plane crash had been upgraded. San Francisco General Hospital...
  • NTSB wrapping up field work in Asiana Airlines crash probe

    NTSB wrapping up field work in Asiana Airlines crash probe
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board are wrapping up the on-scene work in their inquiry into the Saturday’s Asiana Airlines crash, officials said. Board Chairwoman Deborah A.P. Hersman said Thursday that...
  • Asiana jet's automated controls working normally before crash

    SAN FRANCISCO -- The automated controls that should have assisted Asiana Airlines pilots with their landing at San Francisco International Airport seemed to be working normally when the jetliner slammed into the sea wall and runway, federal...
  • Asiana crash probe: South Korea not happy with NTSB disclosures

    Asiana crash probe: South Korea not happy with NTSB disclosures
    SEOUL -- As a team of U.S. and South Korean investigators wrap up the initial stage of their probe into the crash landing of an Asiana Airlines jetliner in San Francisco, a cultural chasm is growing concerning disclosures about the pilots and analysis...
  • Boeing 787 Dreamliner catches fire; stock takes a beating

    Boeing 787 Dreamliner catches fire; stock takes a beating
    Just as Boeing Co. and its 787 Dreamliner looked to be taking off again, another fire onboard the signature new passenger jet has brought the resurgence to a halt. A 787 — one of 68 delivered so far by Boeing — that had been sitting at a...
  • Asiana: NTSB admits intern confirmed racist pilot names

    An intern at the National Transportation Safety Board confirmed to a Bay Area television station fake, racially insensitive names of the pilots flying the ill-fated Asiana Airlines Flight 214. The segment on Friday at noon that referred to two of the...
  • Girl is third passenger to die in Asiana crash; runway reopens

    A girl injured when Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash-landed in San Francisco died Friday morning, hospital officials said, marking the third fatality from the incident. San Francisco General Hospital officials released few details, saying only that the...
  • Frustration grows about airports' immigration lines

    Frustration grows about airports' immigration lines
    As lines grow at airport customs and immigration checkpoints, the frustration among international travelers continues to swell. A trade group for the nation’s travel industry is hoping to exploit that frustration to pressure the federal government...
  • Towson pilot killed in helicopter crash recalled for life of adventure

    Towson pilot killed in helicopter crash recalled for life of adventure
    Spilling out from a helicopter door, rose petals and delicate purple and blue flowers rained down on hundreds of mourners who gathered Sunday to remember Towson pilot David E. Jenny Jr. Jenny, 30, one of three Marylanders killed in a helicopter crash...
  • Asiana Airlines to change number of Seoul-S.F. flight after crash

    Asiana Airlines to change number of Seoul-S.F. flight after crash
    Asiana Airlines confirmed Tuesday that it will change the number of the flight between Seoul and San Francisco in the wake of the July crash that left three people dead and more than 180 others injured. Airline spokesman Suh Ki-Won said that beginning...
  • Southwest jet captain took over controls seconds before hard landing

    Southwest jet captain took over controls seconds before hard landing
    The captain of a Southwest Airlines jet that slammed nose-first onto a runway at New York's LaGuardia Airport last month took over the controls from the first officer just 400 feet before touchdown, federal investigators said in a report that suggests a...