NTSB: Asiana 777 commanding pilot assumed auto-throttles were maintaining speed

Credit: Courtesy, NTSB
The pilot in command of Asiana Airlines Flight 214, the Boeing 777-200ER that crashed on landing at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) July 6, told investigators that he assumed the aircraft’s auto-throttles were engaged and maintaining a speed of 137 knots as the 777 came in for a landing...

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