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Sunday, May 19, 2002, updated at 11:51(GMT+8)

China Northern Airlines Plane Crashes in Dalian
Second 'Black Box' From Crashed Plane Found
Second "Black Box" From Crashed Plane Found

Chinese salvage workers found the second "black box", or flight-data recorder, from the passenger plane belonging to China Northern Airlines, which crashed on May 7 with 112 people aboard around 14:52 hours last Saturday.

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Second "Black Box" From Crashed Plane Found
Chinese salvage workers found the second "black box", or flight-data recorder, from the passenger plane belonging to China Northern Airlines, which crashed on May 7 with 112 people aboard around 14:52 hours last Saturday.
 


One "Black Box" From Crashed Plane Found
Chinese salvage workers found one of the two "black boxes", or flight-data recorders, that could reveal why a China Northern Airlines passenger jet crashed on May 7 with 112 people aboard, around 15:05 Tuesday.
 


Grieving Family Members of Air Crash Victims Being Cared for
The families of the 112 victims killed in the May 7 air crash are receiving help and sympathy from many sectors of society.
 


Compensation for May 7 Air Crash Victims Announced
Relatives of all 103 passengers who died in the May 7 air crash will get between 182,000 yuan (21,927 U.S. dollars) and 194,000 yuan (23,373 U.S. dollars) in compensation, Jiang Lianying, general manager of China Northern Airlines announced Monday.
 


Search Underway for Crashed Plane's "Black Boxes"
Chinese salvage workers started searching on Sunday night for the two "black boxes", or flight-data recorders, that could reveal why a China Northern Airlines passenger jet crashed last Tuesday with 112 people aboard.
 


China Conducts Thorough Safety Examination of Civil Aviation
China's civil aviation system is being urged to conduct a thorough examination of aviation safety after two plane crashes on April 15 and May 7.
 


Detection Equipment to be Shipped to Dalian for Searching Black Box
An advanced detection instrument is expected to be shipped from the United States to Dalian tomorrow, the site of the air crash of a China Northern Airlines passenger plane on May 7, to help search the black box, or the data recorder, of the crashed plane.
 


Relatives of Overseas Air Crash Victims Arrive in Dalian
Family members of six overseas victims of the "May 7" air crash have arrived in Dalian, a port city in northeast China's Liaoning Province, to identify the bodies of their beloved ones.
 


New Progress on Searching at Sea
In accordance with photos, 16 bodies from a plane which crashed Tuesday night near northeast China's Dalian City have been identified by Friday noon.
 


Chinese Vice Premier Visits Air Crash Site
Chinese Vice-Premier Wu Bangguo has visited the site of the May 7 air crash of a China Northern Airlines passenger plane off the coast of Dalian, in northeast China's Liaoning Province.
 


Large Part of Crashed Plane Spotted
A large portion of the wreckage of the plane which crashed off the coast of Dalian port, northeast China's Liaoning Province has been salvaged.
 


Crash Rescue Efforts Continue, 69 Bodies Recovered
Rescuers were still making all-out efforts to find the bulk debris of the crashed China Northern Airline's MD-82 aircraft and its black box flight recorder Thursday, two days after it plunged into sea with 112 people aboard off northeast China's Liaoning Province.
 


69 Bodies Recovered From Air Crash Site
A total of 69 bodies have been retrieved from the sea near the port of Dalian in northeast China' s Liaoning Province, the site an MD-82 aircraft of China Northern Airlines crashed Tuesday night.
 


Foreign Victims of Tuesday's Air Crash Confirmed
Officials of a special investigation panel Thursday released a list of the foreign passengers aboard the ill-fated MD-82 passenger plane that crashed Tuesday night off Dalian, a port city of northeast China's Liaoning Province. The list was made according to the passengers' registration at the booking office.
 


Another Three Bodies Found at Dalian Air Crash Site
Rescue workers on Thursday found another three bodies of air crash victims, two male and one female, at the site of Tuesday's China Northern Airlines crash off the coast of Dalian, in northeast China's Liaoning Province.
 


Coach Who Discovered Chinese Star Goalkeeper on Board Crashed Plane
The football coach who discovered China's young star goalkeeper An Qi, set to travel to the upcoming World Cup with the national team, was among 112 people killed when a plane crashed into the sea, local media said Thursday.
 


Weak Signal Picked up from 'Black Box' in Crashed China Plane
Recovery workers have picked up a weak signal from the "black box" flight recorder inside a China Northern Airlines plane which crashed into the sea off northeast China killing 112 people, investigators said Thursday.
 


Air Crash Pilots Healthy, Experienced
Two pilots of the Chinese jetliner carrying 112 people aboard which plunged into the waters off northeast China's Dalian City on May 7 had good piloting skills and were in good health before the crash.
 


Rescuers Focus on Finding Crashed Plane's Black Box
Now there is little possibility to finding any survivors of Tuesday's crashed plane, rescue workers are concentrating on finding the aircraft's black box as soon as possible, a Chinese official in charge of the rescue work said at a press conference Thursday.
 


Air Tragedy Clouds Industry Reshuffle
Civil aviation industry insiders suggested Wednesday the latest plane crash of China Northern Airlines would deal another blow to the ongoing regrouping of China's aviation industry, planned to be inaugurated within two years. And analysts suggested China Northern should focus on safety improvements for a couple of months instead of on merging.
 






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