Isn't this the same airlines that sued a TV News station in San Fran shortly after the crash who erroneously reported the pilots' names? The airline claimed that it caused irreparable harm to their business and reputation.
Can we believe ANYTHING that Asiana says?
First things first Wikipedia is not always credible. Wiki has serious reliability and legitimacy issues. The problem is: anyone and everyone can post ANYTHING about a given subject on that site. You do not need to be an "expert" on a given subject but you can add an opinion or modify the article to that effect. Wiki is aware of this and have taken steps to try and legitimize their website but thus far, most in the Academia world will tell you, do not cite Wiki at all (for obvious reasons).
A case of a Wiki article gone amok. Sarah Palin's commentary on Paul Revere's ride. That article on Wiki was changed eight or nine times before the editors at Wiki stepped in and shut it down. It seemed that Sarah's followers modified the article to reflect her inept and illogical opinion on that subject.
I will look at Wiki to see the footnotes. They oftentimes DO help while doing a bit of research. Just be careful when reviewing Wiki articles and ALWAYS, ALWAYS question the primary sources th
Recently flew from KPDX to KHNL on Alaskan Air and the flight attendant warned us... do not pay for the GoGo unless you enjoy only getting about 15 minutes of WiFi time. She said that once we went over the ocean, we'd lose the connection.
Makes a case for the transoceanic satellite WiFi connection. Are you listening, Alaskan Air?