Families sue Boeing for San Francisco airport crash
Three families from the San Francisco Bay area – including a crash survivor – filed a lawsuit on Thursday, August 8 against Asiana Airlines regarding Flight 214’s tragic crash landing at the San Francisco International Airport on Saturday, July 6, which killed three of the flight’s passengers.
The lawsuit alleges that the manufacturers of the Boeing 777 were not able to provide quality training to the South Korean pilots, although it does not directly specify that Boeing trained the pilots of Flight 214.
The families suing Boeing are of the opinion that Boeing should have had a “low airspeed” voice warning feature for the 777 pilots as preventive measure, especially after the accident involving a Boeing 737 in Amsterdam in 2009.
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