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China Eastern 737-800 MU5735 accident March 2022

Old 26th Jul 2023, 03:48
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So Megan, was your airborne incident investigated and your reaction to it professionally assessed by aviation medicos
Have to wonder was it the right thing going back for your final 8 years
Absolutely yes, getting back on the horse and all that, always enjoyed the hell out of the job, right to the final day. Getting over PTSD in my case was no different to getting over a broken leg, you just need expert attention.
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Old 21st Mar 2024, 01:24
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Today is the 2 year anniversary of the crash. Is there any further or final report from the Chinese authorities?
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Old 22nd Mar 2024, 15:30
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Yes - see this threadů

China Eastern flight MU 5735 crash March 2022
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Old 23rd Mar 2024, 00:19
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Originally Posted by Turkey Brain
Boeing stated the plane flew as commanded

No airworthiness directives for the 737 relating to this crash
No changes to pilots training after this 737 crash
No comments on bad weather etc

The authorities continue to investigate as they say “ it’s complicated “
"The Authorities" are the Chinese government.
You can assume that they are not being truthful, as they wish to avoid loss of face.
Welcome to the real world.
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Old 23rd Mar 2024, 02:36
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That is poor reasoning. All it might have needed, if indeed it was a pressurisation failure, is for the aircraft to perhaps hit a bit of turbulence, or for the defective part just reached its limit and give out, and that could happen anywhere in flight.
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