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Category: Air Crash Investigations

Boeing executive fired amid continuing safety concerns, families of crash victims respond
Air Crash Investigations

The recent firing of Ed Clark, a seasoned executive at Boeing who was in charge of the 737 MAX passenger jet program, has prompted reactions from families who lost loved ones in the tragic crash of a Boeing 737 MAX8 jet in Ethiopia almost five years ago. The termination, effective immediately, follows a concerning incident

Investigators question if China Eastern crash was intentional
Air Crash Investigations

According to anonymous US officials close to the investigation, so far, there has been no evidence of technical malfunction, leading safety experts to again question if the plane, which was seen by witnesses to nosedive to the ground, was intentionally crashed.

Pilots attempt mid-air aircraft swap for Red Bull
Air Crash Investigations

Luke Aikins and Andy Farrington, both pilots and cousins attempted the stunt on Monday, and while Aikins was able to safely land his swapped Cessna 182, Farrington was forced to parachute land as his aircraft crashed into the Arizona desert.

Second MU5735 black box found, all onboard confirmed dead
Air Crash Investigations

The data recorder was found on Sunday morning at around 9:20am local time, according to Chinese state media, and CCTV reported it was located beneath a 1.5-meter layer of soil at the crash site.

First black box retrieved at MU5735 crash site
Air Crash Investigations

The damages have made it unclear as to whether it is the flight data recorder or the cockpit recorder, but according to Mao Yanfeng, the director of the accident division of the Civil Aviation Authority of China (CAAC), there is a current investigation to retrieve the other one.

Boeing 737-800 crashes into terrain in China with 132 onboard
Air Crash Investigations

The aircraft, registration B-1791, was performing flight MU5735 from Kunming in Yunnan province to Guangzhou in Guangdong Province on Monday with 123 passengers and 9 crew onboard, when its altitude started to quickly drop.


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