Aviation expert Jim Tilmon provides analysis on the Asiana crash at SFO, including what was happening in the cockpit just prior to impact, the shockingly low airspeed on approach, and the silver-lining in this tragedy.
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Great way to start the week, Listening the Steve Cochran. WHAT A WONDERFUL CHANGE OF PACE from John B. At least we can hear some intelligent programming in the morning for a few more days. Steve needs to get a spot back on a permanent basis.Mmmmm morning drive time, perhaps ?!?
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Flight 214, an Asiana Airlines flight from Seoul to San Francisco, crashed upon landing on Saturday, July 6, 2013. All but two aboard the Boeing 777 survived.
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