DALLAS – In less than a month after one of its Boeing 737-800s crashed, China Eastern Airlines (MU) is putting its fleet of nearly 90 of the type back in the air.
Caixinglobal.com reports this morning that an MU 737-800 was seen on VariFlight flying between Kunming (KMG) in Southwest China’s Yunnan province and Chengdu (CTU) in Sichuan province. The flight distance is about 384 miles (620 km) and the scheduled duration of the flight is about 95 minutes.
VariFlight information shows that MU has been flying the route with a Boeing 737-700 since immediately after the March 21, MU5735 crash.
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Source:: “Airways Magazine”