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  • Asiana Airlines to sue Bay Area TV station over fake pilot names

    Asiana Airlines to sue Bay Area TV station over fake pilot names
    Asiana Airlines will sue Bay Area television station KTVU-TV for using fake, racially insensitive names of pilots flying the ill-fated Asiana Airlines Flight 214, the Associated Press reported Monday. A spokeswoman for the South Korean airline, Lee...
  • Asiana pilot names: NTSB intern 'no longer with agency,' report says

    Asiana pilot names: NTSB intern 'no longer with agency,' report says
    The National Transportation Safety Board intern who apparently confirmed the fake, racially insensitive names of the pilots flying the ill-fated Asiana Airlines Flight 214 is "no longer with the agency," CNN reported Monday. CNN cited "a government...
  • Asiana pilot names: Experts question motives of airline suit

    In the wake of Asiana 214’s crash-landing in San Francisco, there are surely myriad lawsuits to come — three passengers died, scores of others were injured, numerous flights were canceled and an aircraft was left gutted. But the first suit to...
  • Asiana Airlines to sue KTVU-TV over bogus pilot names report

    Asiana Airlines will sue a Bay Area TV station over bogus pilot names it broadcast last week. Airline spokesperson Lee Hyomin said the report seriously damaged the airline's reputation and that it will file suit to "strongly respond to [KTVU's] racially...
  • Asiana crash: NTSB closes airport post; probe enters 'next phase'

    Asiana crash: NTSB closes airport post; probe enters 'next phase'
    The National Transportation Safety Board said its inquiry into the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 has moved into "the next phase," with investigators concluding their work at San Francisco International Airport. The agency said in a statement...
  • 83 Asiana victims file legal papers against Boeing, cite malfunction

    83 Asiana victims file legal papers against Boeing, cite malfunction
    Eighty-three of the passengers who were on Asiana Airlines Flight 214 that crash-landed at San Francisco International Airport took steps to sue the aircraft’s manufacturer, Boeing, a law firm representing the passengers announced Tuesday. A...
  • Asiana no longer suing San Francisco TV station

    Asiana no longer suing San Francisco TV station
    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Asiana Airlines has abandoned its plans to sue a San Francisco TV station over the use of racially offensive names. The South Korean air carrier said Wednesday in a statement that KTVU-TV has already apologized for...
  • Asiana Airlines Won't Sue TV Station Over Racially Charged Snafu

    Asiana Airlines said Wednesday that it has decided to not file a defamation lawsuit against San Francisco TV station KTVU, which falsely reported racially insensitive names of pilots of the plane that crashed July 6. The Korean airline had threatened...
  • Asiana Airlines drops plan to sue TV station over fake crew names

    Asiana Airlines drops plan to sue TV station over fake crew names
    Asiana Airlines announced Wednesday it would not pursue the legal action it had promised against a Bay Area TV station that aired incorrect, racially insensitive names of pilots on the plane that crashed in San Francisco. The airline previously said its...
  • Mother, son aboard Asiana Flight 214 sue airline, blame crew

    Mother, son aboard Asiana Flight 214 sue airline, blame crew
    A mother and son who were aboard Asiana Flight 214 have sued Asiana Airlines, blaming its flight crew for the crash-landing at San Francisco International Airport that killed three passengers and injured numerous others. Younga Jun Machorro and her son,...
  • Officials to reveal today whether fire truck killed Asiana victim

    Officials are expected to announce Friday whether a 16-year-old Chinese student was accidentally killed on the runway by an emergency vehicle responding to the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214. The San Mateo County coroner’s office has...
  • 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...