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214 flight Asiana Airlines
Information about the plane crash, of 214 flight Asiana Airlines, from 6 to July 2013. A Boeing 777-200ER Asiana Airlines missed a landing on the 28L runway at San Francisco airport.
The title is not a joke. The autopsy results showed that the young Ye Mengyuan survived the plane crash, but later died due to contusions caused by at least one intervention car. Unfortunately your browser
It's been 10 days since the plane crash at the San Francisco airport involving a Boeing 777-200ER Asiana Airlines. Flight 214 Asiana Airlines, July 6, 2013, will be unforgettable for passengers who have…
A week has passed since the plane crash of Flight 214, in which a Boeing 777-200ER Asiana Airlines was involved and we are coming with good and bad news. We start with the bad news and announce that the third has been recorded…
On July 6, at 11:28 a.m. (local time), a Boeing 777 Asiana Airlines struck the dam at the end of runway 28L at San Francisco Airport and derailed outside it. The aircraft operated flight 214, on the route Seoul - San Francisco and
A witness captured in images images of the evacuation of passengers from the Boeing 777-200ER Asiana Airlines aircraft. She missed landing at San Francisco airport, hitting the dam at the end of the runway. Flight 214 Asiana from Seoul -
Update 10:49: At the time of landing, pilot Lee Kang-Gook was on the plane with 9793 flight hours on Boeing 737, 747 and Airbus A320 aircraft, including 43 hours on Boeing 777. The co-pilot was Lee Jeong-min , with 12842 flight hours,
Update 16:26 (Romanian time): The two teenagers, victims of the tragic plane crash on July 6, 2013, are Ye Mengyuan and Wang Linjia from China, Zhejiang Province. The girls were part of a group of 29 students and 5 teachers.