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Asiana Airline statement on flight 214 crash
Boeing issues statement on Asiana flight 214 777 crash at San Francisco Airport
Boeing and Asiana Airlines have released statements separately on the crash of Asiana flight 214 on Saturday.
Asiana Airlines will continue to cooperate fully with the investigation of all associated government agencies and to facilitate this cooperation has established an emergency response center at its headquarters.
Boeing extends its deepest condolences to the families and friends of those who perished in the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 accident in San Francisco, as well as its wishes for the recovery of those injured.
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US clears way for wider in-flight Internet
The FCC has made it easier for more companies to offer broadband Internet access in flight.
Since 2001, the commission has cleared companies on an ad hoc basis to market in-flight broadband services via satellite.
Under a newly adopted framework, the licensing procedures will be simpler, the commission said.