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China Eastern Airlines Boeing 737 probably lost flight control which led to crash: Aviation Expert

What Aviation Expert says about the Crash?

The rapid nosedive of the China Eastern Airlines flight has sparked widespread speculation about the cause of the tragedy, with aviation experts speculating that one of the causes could be the pilot losing control of the plane. An aviation experts said the pilot losing control of the airplane could be one of the reasons behind the disaster.

A abrupt breakdown of the flight control system, resulting in a nosedive, could be one of the causes of the sudden descent.

There were three pilots in the aircraft, why none of them raised distress signal? Who were in cockpit during rappid decent of aircraft? These answers will give the clear pictures. The CVR must had recorded the voice of crew.

The aircraft's body would be damaged almost immediately, resulting in a loss of lift or control; this is known as air disintegration. However, disintegration of air does not imply fragmentation. There could be additional mechanical issues with the plane.

Suspected Piece of Metal Found

At least one piece of the Boeing 737-800 that crashed in China appeared to have broken loose well before impact, adding to the plane's fateful dive's mystery.

Chinese officials said at a press conference on Thursday that a piece believed to have come from a China Eastern Airlines Corp. Ltd. jet was discovered about 10 kilometres (6 miles) from the main wreckage area.

If investigators establish that the part originated from the ill-fated plane, it means the plane broke up in mid-flight, which could provide clues about what caused Monday's disaster or at the very least throw light on the flight's final moments.

Flightradar 24 Data

There's no reason to believe the pilot made contact with ground control based on the flight data. the plane lost power at cruising altitude, causing the pilot to lose control of the plane It could be a catastrophic technical failure, with the plane eventually entering a high-speed drop.

The plane took off from Kunming, in Southwest China's Yunnan Province, at 1:16 p.m. on Monday and entered the Guangzhou air traffic control area at 2:17 p.m., according to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC).

At 2:20 p.m., the controller observed the plane's altitude had plummeted dramatically and hailed the crew numerous times, but received no response. The radar signal vanished at 2:23 p.m.

According to Bloomberg, the plane was slicing through the air at speeds of more than 640 miles per hour (966 kilometres per hour) at points, maybe exceeding 700 mph, and preliminary data indicates it was approaching the speed of sound.

The majority of the aircraft wreckage was centred in a 30 metre radius around the main impact location, with a depth of roughly 20 metres, according to on-site search and rescue.

Communication was normal until the jet went missing, and the crew members did not send any distress signals, according to Liu Xiaodong, China Eastern Airlines' spokeswoman, who spoke at a press conference in Wuzhou, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, on Friday.

The exact reason of the disaster will only be known once the black boxes have been retrieved and processed, and the first black box, the cockpit voice recorder, has been transported to a Beijing laboratory for analysis.

The CAAC's accident investigation unit director, Mao Yanfeng, stated on Friday that there is still "no precise time" when the procedure will be completed.

Search Operations Still Continue

They have found one Black Bax (CVR), the second Black Box (FDR) is still missing & being trying to locate by the search team.

According to Huang, the two black boxes are crucial in determining the reason of the crash.

In terms of the accident investigation, it is a lengthy procedure that includes data gathering and screening, accident deduction, and confirmation of the reason of the accident.

The process can be complicated, especially if we don't have enough data or knowledge, and it can take a long time.

The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is working with the US and Chinese governments to resolve visa and COVID quarantine difficulties before taking part in crash investigations in China.

CAAC notified the NTSB of the accident on Monday, and the accredited representative and technical advisors were appointed, according to the NTSB. They are in contact with the Chinese investigator-in-charge.

According to the NTSB, accredited representatives have the authority to choose technical advisors to help them in the investigation.

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