Last month, Asiana Air Flight 214 crashed on landing at San Francisco International Airport. Three people died in the crash and in the aftermath. Asiana will be paying $10,000 to each and every survivor. And they could end up paying more.
Stephen Colbert, America's last hero, is the latest pundit to come out swinging over the ridiculous pilot names announced on air by Oakland TV station KTVU after the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 disaster. He's not happy, people!
Speaking of Asiana Airlines Flight 214, the National Transportation Safety Board intern who confirmed the false, racist Asian-sounding names of the pilots to an Oakland TV station has been fired. Did he really expect to keep his job after that?
As pilot error looms as a possible cause of the deadly Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash earlier this month, former Asiana aviators and trainers say the airline's Korean pilots lacked extensive training on how to fly planes manually.
Yes, KTVU made a mistake with the racist prank names they aired as actual members of Asiana flight 214's crew. Now, Taiwanese animators have released their own rebuttal. And if you thought that the original mistake was racist, well, you ain't seen nothing yet.
This weekend, tragedy struck. Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crashed in San Francisco. Over 180 people are injured, and two are dead. Nineteen passengers are still hospitalized, with six still in critical condition. Two thirds of the passengers were Asian, which is why the Chicago Sun-Times's headline is angering some…