July 9th, 2013
09:19 PM ET

Pilots questioned in Asiana plane crash

As federal investigators try to determine what caused the crash of Asiana flight 214, some of the most critical evidence is likely to come from the cockpit and the crew that was operating the plane.

NTSB: Asiana jet's landing gear slammed into seawall at San Francisco airport

Outfront tonight: Mark Weiss is a former 777 pilot for American Airlines.

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  1. Bernard Lemieux

    The crash of Malaysian flight 370 mystery is deepening hour by hour. If one of the pilots intended to crash the aircraft, he seeming to have a lot of problems doing it. Why fly aimlessly for hours? What about the flight attendants and the passengers? Did they just sit there hopelessly for hours without trying to get information from the pilots? Nobody tried to in touch with their love ones by cell phone?
    If one of the pilots went berserk or tried to take control of the aircraft, he was obviously overpowered and subdued by the other pilot because the aircraft flew for hours after that. It's beginning to look like a cascading number of electrical or mechanical unscheduled events (problems) or a fire and that the pilots were in fact valiant and courageous pilots who managed to keep the aircraft flying as long as they could!

    March 17, 2014 at 2:39 pm | Reply

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