LOS ANGELES — San Francisco International Airport plans to go ahead with plans to price $483 million in debt next Thursday even as the airport faces an investigation into a crash landing last weekend that left two people dead and five seriously injured.

Asiana Airlines flight 214, which was carrying more than 300 passengers, crashed into the runway while landing at SFO at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, forcing a closure of the airport and triggering a probe by the National Transportation Safety Board.

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