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A group of passengers who were aboard an Asiana Airlines flight that crash landed last summer at a San Francisco airport filed a personal injury lawsuit against aircraft manufacturer Boeing, according to media accounts. Roughly 100 plaintiffs, many of them South Korean or Chinese nationals, say that Boeing knew or should have known that its 777 passenger jet had inadequate auto-throttle control and low airspeed warnings systems, says the suit filed in Cook County Circuit Court by the Chicago-based firm Ribbeck Law Chartered, the Chicago Tribune reported.

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