New data suggests China Eastern nosedive may have been intentional
Investigations into a tragic plane crash that killed 132 people earlier this year have revealed that it was likely not due to technical fault.
China Eastern Airlines crash: “Foul play” should be a top consideration, says investigator
Air crash investigators are looking further into what caused a passenger plane carrying 132 people to nosedive into mountains in southern China.
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It’s been a heavy week in aviation news, but we’ve lightened the load for you here by compiling yet another comprehensive wrap.
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There’s good news aplenty in this week’s Aviation Wrap, best enjoyed while listening to Ozzy Osbourne’s “Flying High Again”.
Flight attendant fired after proposal video goes viral
The airline said the proposal caused turmoil and made passengers feel “unsafe”. We didn’t realise engagements were that dangerous but go figure.
China Eastern severe turbulence injures 7 before landing in Sydney
by Daisy Melwani
It’s a turbulent start for China Eastern which only began services to Sydney last week.
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