Investigators are examining the cockpit interaction of two Asiana Airlines pilots who had taken on new roles before the crash of Flight 214, one of whom had seldom flown a Boeing 777 and an instructor... more 
Investigators are examining the cockpit interaction of two Asiana Airlines pilots who had taken on new roles before the crash of Flight 214, one of whom had seldom flown a Boeing 777 and an instructor who was on his first training flight. Chief of the National Transportation Safety Board, Deborah Hersman, cautioned against jumping to any conclusion about what may be behind the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 in San Francisco. "We're gathering factual information. We know a lot, and what we need to do is correlate all that information. We need to put it together and see what it tells us." The head of the National Transportation Safety Board said the pilot in charge of landing the Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 that crashed in San Francisco tried to correct its course when he saw it was off center and too low as it approached the airport runway at an altitude of 500 feet, less 
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Thu, Jul 11, 2013 9:50 AM EDT