Around Laohekou airport, an aircraft crashed in the Hubei province of China, leaving houses on fire. The pilot handled to eject and land with the help of a parachute.
In the Hubei province of central China, a plane crashed in the close vicinity of the Laohekou airport, leaving a slew of houses on fire.
The reason for the crash, however, isn’t said yet, but the pilot handled to eject himself and land safely via the parachute with just minor injuries.
Several videos of the incident, circulating on the internet show a lot of houses on fire at the accident scene because of the plane’s crash landing. While the emergency department personnel rushed to the spot, any details of the casualties of residents are awaited. This is the third aviation incident to be reported in China since March this year.
Tibet Airlines aborted takeoff in Chongqing with 122 people
Last month, a plane of Tibet Airlines aborted takeoff in Chongqing with 122 passengers on board as it skidded off the runway and caught fire, leaving more than passengers injured. The aircraft was reported to be a 10-year-old plane, bearing a B-6426 registration code.
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“Tibet Airlines flight 9833, an Airbus A319-115, was injured beyond repair when it was involved in a takeoff accident at Chongqing-Jiangbei International Airport (CKG/ZUCK), China. Preliminary information indicates the aircraft aborted the takeoff and veered off the runway. A post-crash fire ensued, but all occupants were capable to exit the aircraft,” told Aviation Safety Network on the incident.
Boeing 737 aircraft from Kunming to Guangzhou crashed
Also, on March 12, a Boeing 737 aircraft from Kunming to Guangzhou crashed in Tengxian county of the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region. All the 132 people on board, including nine crew members, were killed.
“The two recorders on the plane were severely damaged due to the effect, and the data restoration and analysis work is still in progress,” CAAC told in a statement on finding the black boxes of the crashed aircraft.
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