South Korean Government Asked Asiana to Review Safety
According to a news release by the Associated Press, South Korea had asked Asiana Airlines to review safety measures two months before the San Fraincisco crash.
Investigations Continue into Asiana Airline Crash
“We asked the company to review its safety policies once again,” – Kwon Yong Bok to the Associated Press.
- South Korea’s transport ministry claimed to have asked Asiana Airlines to review safety procedures two months before the San Francisco crash.
- Asiana was informed on April 30 it should hire more pilots, engineers and cabin crew.
- Recommendations were made as Asiana planed to increase its fleet by 20 percent.
- Asiana currently has 80 planes.
Update on Asiana Airlines Crash Injuries
- Another passenger has been confirmed dead, making the death toll three.
- Twelve people remain hospitalized.
- Five of those hospitalized are members of the cabin crew.
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