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  • NTSB hearing on Asiana crash focuses on pilot skill, training

    WASHINGTON — A daylong hearing Wednesday into the July 6 Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco raised broad questions about the adequacy of pilot training and deteriorating skill in an era of growing reliance on computer-controlled flight....
  • Asiana pilot worried about landing before crash in San Francisco

    WASHINGTON -- The captain flying the Asiana Airlines flight that crashed in San Francisco in July told accident investigators the approach for landing was "very stressful" and he thought the plane's automatic throttle was always working, according to a...
  • NTSB delays Asiana Airlines hearing again, citing winter storm

    An investigative hearing exploring the deadly Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco earlier this year has been postponed again, this time because of wintry weather in Washington, D.C. The National Transporation Safety Board had already postponed the...
  • NTSB to open hearings on Asiana Airlines crash

    Federal safety officials will hold an investigative hearing starting Tuesday to explore the Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco that killed three passengers and injured more than 180 in July. On Tuesday and Wednesday in Washington, the National...
  • Last patient from Asiana jet crash released from S.F. hospital

    SAN FRANCISCO -- The last patient injured in the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 and treated at this city’s trauma hospital has been released, 109 days after the Boeing 777 slammed into the runway at San Francisco International Airport. The...
  • NTSB went to South Korea as part of Asiana Airlines crash inquiry

    National Transportation Safety Board officials have traveled to South Korea as part of an investigation into the crash of an Asiana Airlines jet at San Francisco International Airport, in which three people died and  more than 180 others were injured....
  • Asiana victim's family plans legal action against first responders

    An attorney representing the family of the girl killed by an emergency vehicle after the Asiana Airlines crash said although first responders won't face criminal charges in the 16-year-old's death, his clients still plan legal action. Anthony...
  • Asiana crash: 'Very chaotic scene' cited, no criminal charges

    Prosecutors cited "remarkable efforts" of police and firefighters in a "very chaotic scene" after the Asiana Airlines crash in deciding not to file criminal charges in the death of a 16-year-old passenger killed by a rescue truck. San Mateo County Dist....
  • Asiana passenger was alive when firetruck ran over her, coroner says

    A 16-year-old Chinese student who was aboard Asiana Airlines Flight 214 was still alive when a firetruck ran over her, the San Mateo County coroner said Friday. Ye Mengyuan died of "multiple blunt injuries that are consistent with being run over by a...
  • Asiana pilot knew plane was in trouble, crash investigators say

    Asiana pilot knew plane was in trouble, crash investigators say
    SAN FRANCISCO -- One of the pilots on Asiana Airlines Flight 214 told investigators that he knew the ill-fated flight was coming in too low into San Francisco International Airport and tried to correct the path. At a press conference Tuesday, the...
  • KTVU reportedly fires three producers for Asiana pilot name gaffe

    KTVU reportedly fires three producers for Asiana pilot name gaffe
    Bay Area news station KTVU-TV has dismissed three producers in the wake of an anchor reading fake, racially insensitive names for the pilots flying the ill-fated Asiana Airlines Flight 214. San Francisco Chronicle columnists Phillip Matier and Andrew...