China Eastern Accident Probe Yields Few Answers

China Eastern Airlines crash debris
Officials said on March 31 that the probe’s on-site phase was wrapping up.
Credit: Lu Boan/Xinhua/Getty Images
Investigators working to understand the sequence of events that resulted in a China Eastern Airlines Boeing 737-800 descending rapidly from cruising altitude before crashing into the side of a mountain during a routine domestic flight on March 21 have offered few clues to explain the disaster. Ten...

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