The pilot at the controls of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 when it crashed in July at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has admitted to investigators he was “very concerned” about his ability to perform a visual approach landing on SFO’s runway 28L. Gang-Guk Lee, a veteran Asiana pilot, was in the midst of a familiarization training period on the Boeing 777 at the time of the accident. In 19 years with the Seoul-based airline, he had been the pilot in command for about ...

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