Asiana crash audio – air traffic control
Asiana crash audio from air traffic control
Saturday, July 6, 2013: Here is a stripped down audio from air traffic control of the Asiana Airlines Flight #214 crash in San Francisco (click play button above).
(via: San Francisco International Airport)
Crash Narrative (Developing)
A Boeing 777-200 operated by Asiana Airlines crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport, CA (SFO). Flight OZ-214 originated in Seoul-Incheon International Airport (ICN), South Korea. There were 291 passengers and 12 crew members on board The airplane impacted the ground while attempting to land on runway 28L. Photos and videos from the accident scene show debris including pieces of the empennage before the runway threshold. The tail separated, along with both engines before the plane came to rest next to the runway. A fire erupted. Preliminary reports indicate that two occupants died and 61 were injured.
Weather at the time of the accident (11:28 LT / 18:28 Z) was repored as: KSFO 061756Z 21006KT 10SM FEW016 18/10 A2982 RMK AO2 SLP097 T01780100 10183 20128 51005 [10:56 LT: Wind 210 degrees at 6 knots; Visibility: 10 or more miles; few clouds at 1600 feet AGL; Temperature: 18°C, Dew point: 10°C; Pressure 1010 mb] KSFO 061856Z 21007KT 170V240 10SM FEW016 18/10 A2982 RMK AO2 SLP098 T01830100 [11:56 LT: Wind 210 degrees at 7 knots, varying in direction between 170 and 240 degrees; Visibility: 10 or more miles; few clouds at 1600 feet AGL; Temperature: 18°C, Dew point: 10°C; Pressure 1010 mb]
(via: Aviation Safety Network)
Images: Descent comparison of flight on July 5, 2013 and July 6, 2013
Here is a breakdown of the descent from today’s flight from yesterday’s flight. Quite a difference.
(via: Flight Aware)
To see the full gallery of images of the Asiana Airlines Crash, click here.