Asiana Airlines Inc. was ordered to give pilots more training after its second accident in two years raised concerns about the carrier's safety standards.

South Korea's government told the nation's second-largest carrier to augment simulator training for pilots who fly Airbus Group NV A320 planes, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said. The airline will need to make sure training programs are carried out properly, the ministry said.

The order comes after an Asiana flight carrying 81 passengers and crew undershot the runway Tuesday night in Hiroshima, injuring 27 people. The accident — which echoes Asiana's July 2013 crash at San Francisco International Airport that killed three people while approaching too low — comes as a series of accidents in the region over the past 13 months has drawn attention to air safety in Asia.