SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A United Airlines customer services representative and his wife have been arrested in the theft of unclaimed luggage from a flight that had been diverted after the July 6 fatal crash of an Asiana Airlines plane, a county prosecutor said on Monday. Full story
Federal aviation officials have advised all foreign airlines to use a GPS system instead of visual reckoning and cockpit instruments when landing at San Francisco International Airport in the wake of the deadly Asiana Airlines crash. Full story
In KTVU’s noon newscast on Friday, the TV news station misidentified the names of the pilots involved in the Asiana Airlines crash at San Francisco International Airport. Full story
Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board have spent a second day on the runway at San Francisco International Airport looking at the remains of Asiana flight 214. On Monday, the investigation focused on what was happening in the cockpit just before the crash. NBC's Tom Costello re
Investigators continue to gather clues to explain why a Korean jetliner failed to land safely at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday, as recordings of cockpit conversations reveal the crew thought everything was fine until seconds before the crash. NBC’s John Yang reports.
After the crash of Asiana Flight 214, investigators are searching for answers as to why the plane crash landed at the San Francisco International Airport.
Joanne Hayes-White from the San Francisco Fire Dept. gave the first numbers of deaths, injuries, and people unaccounted for after the crash of Asiana Airlines’ Boeing 777 at San Francisco International Airport.
The FAA says that an Asiana Airlines operated Boeing 777 coming from Seoul, South Korea crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport.
British entrepreneur Richard Branson discusses his announcement that Virgin American and Virgin Galactic will be the first to land in San Francisco International Airport’s new “Terminal 2.”
The wreckage of Asiana Flight 214 at the San Francisco International Airport on July 6.
An aircraft lands behind the wreckage of the Asiana Airlines plane at San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, California, July 8, 2013. REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach
The charred remains of the Asiana Airlines flight 214 sits on the runway at San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, California July 9, 2013. REUTERS/Jed Jacobsohn
An Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 plane is seen in this aerial image after it crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport in California on July 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jed Jacobsohn