A clash between NTSB and the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) over the release of data from the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 highlights the board’s growing challenge to serve its primary audience—the public—while appeasing industry stakeholders. Two days after the July 6 crash of the Boeing 777-200ER at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), ALPA slammed NTSB for releasing “incomplete, out-of-context” information gleaned from the plane’s flight data and cockpit voice (CVR) ...

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