China Eastern jet collides amid flight across southern cities
(MENAFN) Aviation information declares a China Eastern Airlines flight that collided two months ago was planned and put into a fall, as reported by the U.S. media.
Searches did not establish neither mechanical nor technical problems with the plane, quoted by a preliminary evaluation by U.S. bureaucrats. The Boeing 737-800 jet was flying between both Chinese southern regions Kunming as well as Guangzhou when it collided.
All of the travelers, 132 and staff on board the plane included, passed away in the collide. The Wall Street Journal, the first Journal to release about the topic, quoting a known person to the U.S. officials' preliminary evaluation of the reason of the colloid, "The plane did what it was told to do by someone in the cockpit.”
Information from the jet’s "black box" flight recorders, which was improved from the collide place, says that it might put efforts to the incident led the jet into an almost-vertical dip, it was reported.
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