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Asiana Adopts New Pilot Trainingi
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February 15, 2014 1:03 AM
Asiana Airlines is changing its training for pilots to encourage crews to talk more and change cockpit culture. A U.S. investigation found the corporate culture may have been an issue in last year’s deadly Asiana crash in California. VOA’s Carolyn Presutti continues her reporting on the crash, bringing us up-to-date on what this means for aviation.

Asiana Adopts New Pilot Training

Published February 14, 2014

Asiana Airlines is changing its training for pilots to encourage crews to talk more and change cockpit culture. A U.S. investigation found the corporate culture may have been an issue in last year’s deadly Asiana crash in California. VOA’s Carolyn Presutti continues her reporting on the crash, bringing us up-to-date on what this means for aviation.


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