A Chinese plane crash that killed 132 people in March “was deliberately caused by someone in the cabin,” black box data suggest.
- The Boeing 737-800 crashed from Guangzhou to Guangzhou in the Guangxi Mountains
- A black box was found after China Eastern planes killed 132 people
- His data shows that someone in the cabin intentionally crashed the plane
Data on the flight of a black box recovered from a plane crash in China earlier this year indicate that someone in the cabin had intentionally had a plane crash.
The Boeing 737-800 in eastern China plunged into a sudden downturn, appeared to be recovering briefly, and then landed in the mountainous area of Guangxi on March 21.
Today, the Wall Street Journal reported A preliminary assessment by U.S. officials – two black boxes were examined in a Washington, DC government lab – is said to point to a person inside the safest area of an aircraft.
East China Airlines and the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
The Boeing 737-800 was en route from Kunming to Guangzhou when all 132 passengers and nine crew members were killed in the worst air disaster in 28 years in mainland China.
Data on the flight of a black box (one of them found) recovered from a plane crash in China earlier this year indicate that someone in the cabin intentionally landed the plane, they reported.
The Boeing 737-800 in eastern China plunged into a sudden downturn, appeared to be recovering briefly, and then hit the ground in the Guangxi mountainous area on March 21st.
China Eastern Airlines and the US National Transportation Security Commission did not respond immediately to requests for comment.
A report released by the Chinese Civil Aviation Administration in April said no anomalies were found in the plane, its crew or outside elements such as bad weather.
The report said the investigators were still trying to extract data from the damaged black box flights and voice recorders in the final minutes of the flight, which could report the condition of the aircraft and the actions of the crew.
The Boeing 737-800 in eastern China plunged into a sudden fall, appeared to be recovering briefly, and then hit the ground in a mountainous area on March 21st.
The crew did not report any problems before losing contact with air traffic control.
The accident left a 65-meter-deep crater on a hillside, shattering the plane and setting it on fire in a nearby forest.
More than 49,000 aircraft wrecks were found. It took him two days to find the cabin voice recorder and six days of the flight data recorder, which was buried 5 feet underground.
Reuters reported that Boeing shares were up 5.1% in afternoon trading.
Chinese plane crash “deliberately caused by someone in the cabin”, black box suggests
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