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China Boeing 737 Max Crash: Everything You Need To Know

China Boeing 737 Max Crash: Everything You Need To Know

China Boeing 737 Max Crash: Everything You Need To Know

The crashes of China Eastern Airlines Boeing 737-89p (b-1791) aircraft have shook the Chinese aviation industry, sparked numerous investigations, and resulted in the grounding of dozens of Boeing 737-800 fleets in China.

Mandy News will continue to update this page with the most recent news and analysis as this important story unfolds. Our hope is that we will be able to answer all of your questions about these tragic events, as well as provide a live feed of news about the ongoing investigations.

What Happened To China Boeing 737 Max Crash?

On Monday, March 21, 2022, at 6:22 a.m. local time, a China Eastern Airlines Boeing 737 aircraft took off from Kunming, the capital and largest city of Yunnan province, China. Its final destination was Guangzhou, in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong. At 2:38 p.m., the plane crashed into a mountainous area near Molang village in Tengxian County, near Wuzhou, killing all 132 passengers and crew.

What Was The Rescue Response To The Plane Crash?

Chinese President Xi Jinping ordered an all-out search and rescue operation. The Chinese rescue team located the crash plane debris on the evening of March 21, 2022. 

China Boeing 737 Crash Cause?

Eight hours after the Boeing 737 crash, China Eastern Airlines released a statement. The airline confirms that the “cause of the plane crash is under investigation.” But many believe it was the engine.

China Boeing 737 Max Crash: Everything You Need To Know
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What China Eastern Airlines Said About The Crash?

  • “This announcement is made by China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited (“the Company”) pursuant to the Inside Information Provisions in Part XIVA of the Securities and Futures Ordinance (Chapter 571 of the Laws of Hong Kong) and Rules 13.09(2)(a) and Rule 13.10B of the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.”
  • The Company and all members of the board of directors of the Company confirm that the information contained in this announcement is true, accurate, and complete, and jointly accept full responsibility for any misrepresentations or misleading statements contained in, or material omissions from, this announcement. 
  • On March 21, 2022, a Boeing 737 passenger aircraft of Yunnan Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of the company, lost contact over Wuzhou, Guangxi while performing a flight from Kunming to Guangzhou.
  • The flight is now confirmed to have crashed with 132 people on board, of which 123 were passengers and 9 were crew members.
  • Since the plane crashed, the company has attached great importance to the incident and immediately activated the emergency response plan.
  • Work teams have been sent to the accident site and a dedicated emergency assistance line at 4008495530 has been launched for family members. The cause of the plane crash is under investigation, and the company will cooperate with the relevant investigations. 

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China Boeing 737 Max Crash: Everything You Need To Know
China Boeing 737 Max Crash: Everything You Need To Know
China Boeing 737 Max Crash: Everything You Need To Know
China Boeing 737 Max Crash: Everything You Need To Know
China Boeing 737 Max Crash: Everything You Need To Know
China Boeing 737 Max Crash: Everything You Need To Know
China Boeing 737 Max Crash: Everything You Need To Know
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