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Boeing might end up carry most of the liability for last July's Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco.

Editor’s Note: Liability for last July’s Asiana Airlines crash at San Francisco International Airport could fall on Boeing, the maker of the 777 aircraft involved in the incident, if evidence in the ongoing investigation proves that a faulty design of the craft’s automatic throttle contributed to the crash. This could prove quite costly for Boeing, which first introduced the 777 in 1995. Blame had previously been placed on the pilots.

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