China Eastern Airlines crash site blockade control official: serious investigation of aircraft damage is difficult

China Eastern Airlines crash site blockade control official: serious investigation of aircraft damage is difficult  The second day after the China Eastern Airlines crash, China's State Council held a press conference in Guangxi to explain the progress of the investigation. Officials said that no survivors have been found, and the plane was severely damaged, making the investigation difficult. The site has been blocked and controlled, and the cause of the crash cannot be determined at present. China Eastern stressed that the plane complied with airworthiness requirements before takeoff and will cooperate with the investigation. Chinese media reported that after the crash, China Eastern Airlines urgently made adjustments to relevant regulations on piloting.  China Eastern Airlines crash investigation team of the State Council held a press conference in Wuzhou, Guangxi, explaining the progress of the investigation into the crash of the Boeing 737 passenger plane of China Eastern Airlines.  Zhu Tao, director of the Aviation Safety Office of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, said at the meeting that the plane was severely damaged and the investigation was very difficult. At present, the investigation has just begun, and the cause of the crash cannot be clearly determined, but the investigation will continue based on the weather at the time of the incident, the parts of the passenger aircraft, and maintenance.  The Civil Aviation Administration said that as of the early morning of Tuesday (22nd), no survivors had been found in the search and rescue work, and the public security department had blocked the scene for control.  "Multiple calls to crew but no response"  Zhu Tao said that the incident flight took off from Kunming at 1:16 p.m. on the 21st, and entered the Guangzhou control area at a cruising altitude of 8,900 meters at 2:17. At 2:20, the controller noticed that the altitude of the aircraft had dropped sharply, and immediately called the crew several times, but received no reply. At 2:23, the radar signal of the aircraft disappeared. After verification, the aircraft crashed in Teng County, Wuzhou City, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.  Zhu Tao pointed out that there were no foreigners among the 123 passengers on the plane; there were 9 crew members, including 3 pilots, 5 flight attendants and 1 safety officer. As for the crashed Boeing 737, which was introduced on June 22, 2015, it had flown 8,986 times as of the time of the accident, with a total of 18,239 flight hours.  China Eastern Airlines: Meets airworthiness requirements before takeoff and has contacted all 123 passengers' families  Sun Shiying, chairman of China Eastern Airlines Yunnan Co., Ltd., said at a press conference that the 6.8-year-old aircraft met airworthiness requirements before takeoff. The crew members are in good health and have complete flight experience. He said China Eastern would cooperate with the investigation.  China Eastern also pointed out that it has contacted the families of all 123 passengers within 24 hours, and has selected more than 160 assistance experts to form a working team to assist the families.  After the crash, China Eastern asked two senior captains to make the system. The Paper quoted a number of people from China Eastern to report that after the crash, China Eastern made adjustments to the crews of some aircraft types, increased the safety redundancy in the cockpit, and adjusted the captains who led the team. seniority, etc. According to the report, China Eastern Airlines has stipulated that instructors must lead the team to achieve a three-person crew model with two senior captains and senior co-pilots.  Phoenix Weekly reported that the co-pilot of the crashed passenger plane was Zhang Zhengping, who has been flying for 40 years. According to the website of China Eastern Airlines, Zhang Zhengping maintains a good safety record and has more than 30,000 flight hours.

The second day after the China Eastern Airlines crash, China's State Council held a press conference in Guangxi to explain the progress of the investigation. Officials said that no survivors have been found, and the plane was severely damaged, making the investigation difficult. The site has been blocked and controlled, and the cause of the crash cannot be determined at present. China Eastern stressed that the plane complied with airworthiness requirements before takeoff and will cooperate with the investigation. Chinese media reported that after the crash, China Eastern Airlines urgently made adjustments to relevant regulations on piloting.

China Eastern Airlines crash investigation team of the State Council held a press conference in Wuzhou, Guangxi, explaining the progress of the investigation into the crash of the Boeing 737 passenger plane of China Eastern Airlines.

Zhu Tao, director of the Aviation Safety Office of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, said at the meeting that the plane was severely damaged and the investigation was very difficult. At present, the investigation has just begun, and the cause of the crash cannot be clearly determined, but the investigation will continue based on the weather at the time of the incident, the parts of the passenger aircraft, and maintenance.

The Civil Aviation Administration said that as of the early morning of Tuesday (22nd), no survivors had been found in the search and rescue work, and the public security department had blocked the scene for control.

"Multiple calls to crew but no response"

Zhu Tao said that the incident flight took off from Kunming at 1:16 p.m. on the 21st, and entered the Guangzhou control area at a cruising altitude of 8,900 meters at 2:17. At 2:20, the controller noticed that the altitude of the aircraft had dropped sharply, and immediately called the crew several times, but received no reply. At 2:23, the radar signal of the aircraft disappeared. After verification, the aircraft crashed in Teng County, Wuzhou City, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

Zhu Tao pointed out that there were no foreigners among the 123 passengers on the plane; there were 9 crew members, including 3 pilots, 5 flight attendants and 1 safety officer. As for the crashed Boeing 737, which was introduced on June 22, 2015, it had flown 8,986 times as of the time of the accident, with a total of 18,239 flight hours.

China Eastern Airlines: Meets airworthiness requirements before takeoff and has contacted all 123 passengers' families

Sun Shiying, chairman of China Eastern Airlines Yunnan Co., Ltd., said at a press conference that the 6.8-year-old aircraft met airworthiness requirements before takeoff. The crew members are in good health and have complete flight experience. He said China Eastern would cooperate with the investigation.

China Eastern also pointed out that it has contacted the families of all 123 passengers within 24 hours, and has selected more than 160 assistance experts to form a working team to assist the families.

After the crash, China Eastern asked two senior captains to make the system.
The Paper quoted a number of people from China Eastern to report that after the crash, China Eastern made adjustments to the crews of some aircraft types, increased the safety redundancy in the cockpit, and adjusted the captains who led the team. seniority, etc. According to the report, China Eastern Airlines has stipulated that instructors must lead the team to achieve a three-person crew model with two senior captains and senior co-pilots.

Phoenix Weekly reported that the co-pilot of the crashed passenger plane was Zhang Zhengping, who has been flying for 40 years. According to the website of China Eastern Airlines, Zhang Zhengping maintains a good safety record and has more than 30,000 flight hours.
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