South Korea Plans Stricter Rules in 3 Months After Asiana Crash

South Korea Plans Stricter Rules in 3 Months After Asiana Crash

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Travelers walk through the Incheon International Airport in Incheon, South Korea. Among the more than 2,000 pilots Korean carriers hired in the past five years, 24 percent were foreigners while 29 percent came from the military, said Kwon Yong Bok, director general of aviation safety policy at the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport.