China Plane Crash: “The plane dropped from an altitude of 29,100 feet to 9,075 feet in just 2.15 minutes. It was at 3,225 feet in the next 20 seconds, and then lost contact with the flight. It’s normal to come down from this altitude during normal flight.” But it takes about 30 minutes.” – Flight Tracker
The Eastern Passenger China Plane Crash, which crashed on the mountain today, had 123 people on board. Intimidating video footage of this plane crash has surfaced, in which this passenger plane is seen coming to the ground in line with the nose. This video was captured in a security camera. China’s Civil Aviation Administration said the Boeing 737 aircraft was on its way from Kunming City to Guangzhou when it “lost contact with it in the air” over Wuzhou in the Guangxi region. The plane crashed near Wuzhou in Teng rural area and the mountain caught fire. The rescue team has not found any evidence of anyone being alive so far.
China Plane Crash In its final moments, Flight Mu5735 can be seen coming straight towards the mountain at a very high speed before crashing.
Flight tracker FlightRadar24 showed that the plane dropped from 29,100 feet to 9,075 feet in just 2.15 minutes. It was at 3,225 feet for the next 20 seconds, China Plane Crash and after that the flight lost contact. It usually takes about 30 minutes to come down from such a height during a normal flight.
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China Plane Crash When China Eastern flight MU5735 did not arrive in Guangzhou on time, local media began to report worrying about its crash. The plane took off from Kunming at around 1:00 am local time.
The flight radar showed no data for MU5735 after 2:22 pm. According to AFP, a villager told the local site that the plane “was completely torn apart” and a nearby forest area was destroyed by fire.