[UPDATED] A Korea-based Asiana Airlines Airbus A320 hit a radio installation on approach to Hiroshima Mihara Airport in Japan, causing damage to a wing and engine and injuring 27 passengers as a result of the resulting final off-runway stop. The aircraft, which was carrying 82 passengers and crew from Incheon, Seoul, was approaching in conditions local weather reports describe as “foggy and raining mildly.” The aircraft touched down partway down the runway, but swerved off ...

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