CAAC said Friday it started safety inspections of China's passenger aircraft fleet in response to the Henan Airlines Embraer 190 crash at Yichun late Tuesday that killed 42 (ATW Daily News, Aug. 26). Official state news agency Xinhua said CAAC dispatched six teams to supervise the inspection work, which it stated "will focus on safety awareness, personnel quality, regulations implementation, safety network, aviation equipments, training quality and ...

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