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Pilot error to blame for Asiana Airlines crash

Pilot error and over-reliance on automated systems. That's what the nation's highest transportation safety board says led to the Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco last July. The NTSB said on Tuesday that the pilots of Flight 214 made 20 or 30 errors in the final 14 miles of approach. The landing was too low; too slow. The co-pilot thought the auto-throttle wasn't working right. The plane's tail hit a seawall just short of the runway, sending the Boeing 777 spinning before it broke apart and caught fire. (SOUNDBITE) (English) CHRISTOPHER HART, ACTING DIRECTOR OF THE NTSB, SAYING: "We had a lot of holes line up this time. We had a pilot who was new in this airplane. We had an instructor who was new as an instructor. We had fatigue. We had issues regarding understanding the automation. A lot of issues lined up the wrong way as it turned out, to produce this result because each one of those issues probably happens a lot by itself innocuously a

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