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Editorial - Asiana Flight 214: Wake-Up Call
A large contingent of students from Zhejiang province in China was traveling to the United States to spend a couple of weeks seeing part of America and learning English. Such groups represent the ideal of modern commercial aviation: the kind of educational and cultural exchange on which these students were embarking—nearly unthinkable a generation ago—is something the airline industry now enables on a commonplace basis.