As per reports, China Eastern Airlines has restarted using Boeing’s (BA) 737-800 jetliners for commercial flights less than a month after a crash that killed 132 people on board, and grounded over 200 of its aircraft. China Eastern flight MU5843, operated by a three-year-old Boeing 737-800 aircraft, took off from the southwestern city of Kunming and landed at Chengdu, as per Flightradar24 data.
On March 21, Flight MU5735, which was en route from Kunming to Guangzhou, crashed in the mountains of Guangxi and killing 123 passengers and nine crew members in mainland China’s deadliest aviation disaster in 28 years. The country has retrieved both of the black boxes and informed that it would submit a preliminary report to the U.N. aviation agency ICAO within 30 days of the event. China Eastern remained unavailable for comment.
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