Emergency response and rescue workers pause on March 27 during a memorial ceremony for the victims of Flight MU5735. The head of China’s Civil Aviation Administration has said he will reflect on the disaster and step up safety vigilance. Photo: Xinhua
Emergency response and rescue workers pause on March 27 during a memorial ceremony for the victims of Flight MU5735. The head of China’s Civil Aviation Administration has said he will reflect on the disaster and step up safety vigilance. Photo: Xinhua

Flight MU5735: chief of China’s civil aviation authority promises greater vigilance and stricter safety checks

  • Feng Zhenglin, director of the Civil Aviation Administration, says safety is crucial to China’s vitality and national security, and must be protected
  • He says there must be more thorough inspections and officials must improve their aviation safety knowledge

Emergency response and rescue workers pause on March 27 during a memorial ceremony for the victims of Flight MU5735. The head of China’s Civil Aviation Administration has said he will reflect on the disaster and step up safety vigilance. Photo: Xinhua
Emergency response and rescue workers pause on March 27 during a memorial ceremony for the victims of Flight MU5735. The head of China’s Civil Aviation Administration has said he will reflect on the disaster and step up safety vigilance. Photo: Xinhua
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