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Friday, April 19, 2002, updated at 10:53(GMT+8)

Air China Plane Crashes in South Korea
39 Survivors, 115 Confirmed Dead From Downed Plane in South Korea
122 Confirmed Dead, 6 Missing in Monday's Air China Crash

The death toll from Monday's crash of an Air China passenger plane was finally confirmed at 122 Thursday, with six still missing, the South Korean Construction and Transportation Ministry announced at a press conference in Pusan.

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122 Confirmed Dead, 6 Missing in Monday's Air China Crash
The death toll from Monday's crash of an Air China passenger plane was finally confirmed at 122 Thursday, with six still missing, the South Korean Construction and Transportation Ministry announced at a press conference in Pusan.
 


Chinese Insurance Companies to Compensate Plane Crash Victims
The China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC) and many insurance companies reacted instantly after Monday's Air China plane crash in the Republic of Korea, according to the CIRC.
 


126 Confirmed Dead, 2 Missing in Monday's Air China Crash: Ministry
The death toll from Monday's crash of an Air China passenger plane stood at 126 as of 9:00 a.m. local time (0000 GMT) Wednesday and two others are still missing, the South Korean Construction and Transportation Ministry said.
 


Aviation Experts Look For Cause of Air China Crash
Chinese and South Korean aviation experts launched an all-out investigation Tuesday into the causes of an Air China passenger plane crash that killed at least 119 people on Monday. "Chinese and South Korean investigators have arrived at the crash site for an intensive probe," a statement with Air China said Tuesday evening.
 


Passengers in Calm Mood After Plane Crash
Passengers in the Beijing International Airport remained calm after the crash of an Air China aircraft with 166 people on board Monday morning in the Republic of Korea (ROK).
 


Air China Pilot Feels No Problem With Crashed Plane
The surviving captain of the crashed Air China plane said he had felt no mechanical problems with the jet before the disaster, according to a statement of the South Korean investigation group.
 


Deaths Surge to 126 in Chinese Passenger Plane Crash
The death toll from the Chinese passenger airliner crash on Monday near the South Korean city of Kimhae has risen to 126 with two still missing. The number of survivors remains 38.
 


39 Survivors, 115 Confirmed Dead From Downed Plane in South Korea
The death toll from the Chinese passenger airliner crash on Monday near the South Korean city of Pusan has reached 115, while the number of survivors going down to 39 as more people died on the way to or in hospital.
 


Chinese President, Premier Express Condolences Over Death of Plane Crash Victims
Chinese President Jiang Zemin and Premier Zhu Rongji respectively expressed profound condolences Monday over the death of victims in the Chinese passenger airlinercrash earlier in the day near the South Korean city of Pusan.
 


Jiang Zemin Expresses Condolence Over Victims of Air China Crash
Chinese President Jiang Zemin on Monday expressed condolence over the losses of lives in the crash of the Air China Flight 129 in the South Korean city of Busan, and asked relevant departments to properly deal with the aftermath of the accident.
 


54 Survivors from Air China Crash in South Korea
Fifty-four people survived the crash Monday of an Air China jet carrying 166 people near the South Korean city of Busan, government officials said. Although figures for the number of survivors have risen in the hours after the crash, officials cautioned that some of those rescued were in critical condition in hospitals in Busan and nearby Gimhae.
 


President Kim Dae-Jung Condoles Over Victims of China Air Crash
South Korean President Kim Dae-Jung on Monday expressed condolences to the families of victims in the crash of a Chinese passenger plane near the South Korean city of Busan in the day, and demanded all-out rescue efforts in dealing with the deadly air disaster.
 


Chinese Government Expresses Condolences to Air Crash Victims
The Chinese government expresses "heartfelt condolences" to victims of the crash accident of a Chinese flight to the Republic of Korea (ROK) Monday morning and extends sympathy and solicitude to their family members, according to the Chinese Foreign Ministry.
 


Flights Between Beijing, Seoul Remain Normal
All Seoul-bound flights from Beijing remain normal after a fatal air crash near Pusan airport of the Republic of Korea (ROK) Monday morning.
 


Chinese Plane Crashes in S.Korea, Dozen Survivors Reported
An Air China Boeing 767 crashed in South Korea on Monday and all 155 passengers and 11 crew members were feared dead, a transportation official said.
 


Air China Plane Crashes in South Korea, Over 160 Aboard
An Air China flight carrying 155 passengers and at least 10 crewmembers has crashed near South Korea's second largest city of Busan. South Korean television showed a photograph of an Air China jet broken in half and in flames. According to report, there are about 136 passengers from South Korea and 18 from China.
 






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