How to Watch the NTSB Board Meeting on the Asiana 214 Crash at SFO – Today, Starting at 6:30 AM PDT

Well fundamentally, this accident was due to pilot error, if you had to sum things up in two words. But the NTSB has been looking into everything that led to that error and now it will present its findings, in English, Korean and Mandarin Chinese.

Is it possible that the people who died weren’t belted in for landing? It’s hard to believe, but yes. And how will SFO operations fare in the NTSB’s assessment?

Here’s the link – they are providing many different kinds of connections

Live and Archive Webcasts

The webcast will not be active until 30 minutes before the official meeting start time.
NOTE:  It may take up to 1 minute for the webcast to start playing.   

Webcasting and technical support is provided by The Capitol Connection

Board Meeting:
Crash of Asiana Airlines flight 214 in California

June 24, 2014
9:30 am

Links will appear here 30 minutes prior to start of meeting.

NEW: Click Here from your phone’s browser for mobile access to today’s NTSB meeting or Scan the code below with your mobile device:


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Click Here to watch in Korean Korean using  Flash Player

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Click Here to watch in Mandarin ChineseMandarin using  Flash Player

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