The Boeing 777 aircraft crashed on the runway and led a trail of debris that investigators will find useful in their determining the cause of the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 on a clear Saturday in San Francisco. The first flight of this particular aircraft was Feb. 25, 2006. A team of investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will begin unearthing what caused the deadly crash after its expected arrival at midnight Saturday. The Boeing 777 aircraft involved in the crash is known for having a relatively high thrust-to-weight ratio which would, if all of the systems are working properly, typically allow a pilot to quickly correct for any low glide path problems, according to attorneys at Clifford Law Offices, highly experienced in this aircraft. The airplane also has redundant flight control and safety systems that, if working properly, should have allowed a pilot to recognize any glide path or airspeed problems given adequate warnings to help prevent such a tragedy, aviation attorneys at Clifford Law Offices note.
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