A crew of US investigators has departed for China to probe the causes of an airliner crash that killed all 132 individuals on a Boeing 737-800 operated by China Jap Airways on March 21, the Nationwide Transportation Security Board (NTSB) introduced on Friday.
“NTSB crew has departed for China to take part in CAAC [Civil Aviation Administration of China’s] B-737 accident investigation,” Sputnik reported citing NTSB’s assertion.
The US investigators will restrict interactions with these outsides of investigation just like the protection protocols on the Beijing Winter Olympic Video games earlier this yr, the NTSB stated.
This may permit them to start work instantly with out a quarantine, NTSB additional stated, in accordance with the Russian Information Company.
A China Jap Airways airplane with 132 individuals on board crashed in south China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Area.
Flight MU5735, with 132 individuals aboard, was enroute from the southwestern metropolis of Kunming to Guangzhou on March 21 when it plunged from cruising altitude and crashed.
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