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China done with most airline crash search, working on preliminary report

China has completed the main search and rescue work at site of a China Eastern Airlines crash that killed 132 people last week and plans to complete a preliminary report

Rescue operation underway at the site where China Eastern Airlines Boeing 737-800 crashed. Photo: Twitter (@CGTNOfficial)
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Rescue operation underway at the site where China Eastern Airlines Boeing 737-800 crashed. Photo: Twitter (@CGTNOfficial)

Reuters Beijing
China has completed the main search and rescue work at site of a China Eastern Airlines crash that killed 132 people last week and plans to complete a preliminary report within 30 days of the event, an aviation official said on Thursday.
 
A final report into the crash of the Boeing 737-800 will be completed and made public after the investigation is concluded, Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) safety head Zhu Tao told reporters.
 
Under international rules, a 30-day report must be lodged with U.N. aviation agency ICAO but it does not need to be public. A final report

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First Published: Mar 31 2022 | 8:39 AM IST

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