Posted: Jul 10, 2013 9:42 AM by NBC News
Updated: Jul 10, 2013 11:56 AM
(NBC News) Asiana Airlines pilot Lee Kang Guk was halfway through the certification process for the 777, with an instructor captain co-piloting, when Flight 214 slammed into the ground over the weekend.
That instructor told investigators they were not lined up with the runway as they approached.
Pilots told NTSB investigators the auto throttle was set at the minimum 137 knot for target landing, but when they realized it wasn't maintaining that speed it was already too late.
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