The Christian Science Monitor follows up on Tuesday’s crash of a Henan Airlines flight:
The plane crash in China that killed 42 people late Tuesday night was a rare blot on the country’s aviation safety copybook, say experts here. But it highlights the risks of flying in and out of some small regional airports at night, something more airlines are forced to do to meet the demands of China’s booming travel industry.
A domestic Henan Airways passenger jet crashed
August 25, 2010