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Sentences forAsiana Airlines Flight 214

  • For example, the Asiana flight 214 crash led critics to speculate that cultural factors prevented a pilot on board from aborting the low-speed landing and thus straying from his superior's commands.Chaebol-Wikipedia
  • He is also a licensed pilot, rated to fly single-engine airplanes, and sometimes uses his expertise when covering aviation stories, such as the July 6, 2013, crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214.Jon Scott-Wikipedia
  • After the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 San Francisco crash, some hospitals were reluctant to disclose the identities of passengers that they were treating, making it difficult for Asiana and the relatives to locate them.Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act-Wikipedia
  • On July 6, 2013 the airport was one of ten airports that hosted flights diverted from San Francisco International Airport after Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crashed short of the runway.Sacramento International Airport-Wikipedia
  • The third hull loss occurred on July 6, 2013 when a 777-200ER, operating as Asiana Airlines Flight 214, crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport after touching down short of the runway.Boeing 777-Wikipedia
  • The group was originally slated to make their comeback stage on Inkigayo on July 7, 2013, but the show was cancelled because of the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash that occurred the day before.Falling in Love (2NE1 song)-Wikipedia

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