Articles tagged “asiana”

For Low-Cost Airlines, Korea Punches Above Its Weight

For Low-Cost Airlines, Korea Punches Above Its Weight

Kyunghee Park, Bloomberg

Koreans may love a deal, but it's hard to believe a country of South Korea's size can support six low cost carriers long term.

3 years ago

India’s Growing Problem of Under-Qualified Yet Certified Pilots

India’s Growing Problem of Under-Qualified Yet Certified Pilots

Anurag Kotoky, Bloomberg

Unmanaged growth and hyper-competition doesn't always make for the safest experience when you need to take the time to properly train the talent behind the controls.

4 years ago

Southwest, Asiana Flights Should Have Aborted Landings, NTSB Documents Show

Southwest, Asiana Flights Should Have Aborted Landings, NTSB Documents Show

Alan Levin and Mary Sschlangenstein, Bloomberg

The approach or touchdown is the leading cause of aviation accidents and deaths. In the case of the now-fired Southwest pilot, several other pilots had complained about her prior to the LaGuardia incident.

5 years ago