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54-year-old Frederick Lewis of Fairfield and 26-year-old Matthew Moody of Alamo were identified using dental records.
Asiana Airlines is offering an initial compensation payment worth $10,000 to all surviving passengers of its SFO plane crash.
A Palo Alto man is dead and his wife hospitalized after their small plane crashed after taking off from Lake Tahoe Airport.
83 passengers from Asiana Flight 214 have filed suit seeking millions from the aircraft’s manufacturer, Boeing.
The pilots of Asiana Flight 214 have returned to South Korea after being quizzed by US aviation officials.
KTVU is saying it was duped by some sort of hoax in reporting fake names of the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 pilots.
A girl who had been in critical condition since the crash of Asiana Flight 214 brings the death toll to three.
Air travelers will no longer need to see the last painfully visible reminder of last Saturday’s plane crash.
Federal investigators say no one in the cockpit of Flight 214 mentioned air speed until nine seconds before impact.
Federal investigators say passengers of Asiana Flight 214 were initially told to stay in their seats after the crash.
The flight crew of the Asiana Flight 214 couldn’t see the runway just seconds before Saturday’s deadly accident.
NTSB chair Deborah Hersman described a nightmare landing for all on board Asiana Flight 214.
The trainer assigned to guide a pilot who crash-landed Asiana 214 was on his first day in the job.
Investigators hope interviews with the pilots of Asiana Flight 214 will explain why the Boeing 777 was going so slow when it crashed.
A pilot in training was flying much slower than recommended moments before Asiana Flight 214 crashed into the ground.
Asiana’s recorders reveal fatal flaws in Flight 214 final seconds prior to Saturday’s crash landing.
Officials were combing through the wreckage of the Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 Sunday as they try to determine why it crashed.
Flight 214 passenger Elliott Stone said of the terrifying crash: “And then they all fell out — and it was just the most terrible thing I’ve seen.”
Vedpa Singh wandered through San Francisco International Airport Saturday. He was looking for his lost wife and son.