South Korea To Inspect Korean Air after Runway Overrun

AINsafety » August 12, 2013
August 12, 2013, 11:55 AM

The South Korean government launched a special inspection of the country’s largest flag carrier, Korean Air Lines, on August 6, one day after one of the airline’s 737-900s overran a runway upon arrival at Japan’s Niigata Prefecture Airport (RJSN). The special safety inspection is expected to last three weeks.

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