Asiana Airlines A320 hits radio tower on landing

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[UPDATED] A Korea-based Asiana Airlines Airbus A320 hit a radio installation on approach to Hiroshima Mihara Airport in Japan, causing damage to a wing and engine and injuring 27 passengers as a result of the resulting final off-runway stop. The aircraft, which was carrying 82 passengers and crew...

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