Yonhap News AgencyDecember 12, 2013 09:52
By Lee Chi-dong, Lee Joon-seung
WASHINGTON/SEOUL, Dec. 12 (Yonhap) -- The pilot of the Asiana passenger jet that crashed at San Francisco International Airport in July found manual landing "very stressful," according to a newly-released document.
Lee Kang-kuk, 46, told investigators that he had difficulty with his visual approach because some landing-aid systems at the airport were out of service. Lee is a veteran pilot but was landing a Boeing 777-200ER for the first time in San Francisco.