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China Airlines covers up air disasters

China Air Disaster Cover UpSome airlines have amazing safety records, other are known for service, still others aren’t really known for either. That’s China Airlines niche, recently they have taken to the practice of painting over their airline’s logo before the melted wreckage has even cooled.

Actual Crash Scene Photos

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China Airlines

China Airlines

We decided that because of China Airlines quick work with paint they deserved some airline names painted in to make up for their lack of publicity. Any publicity is supposed to be good right?

Crash Scene Photos with China Airlines Name Photoshopped in

China Airlines

China Airlines

China Airlines

China Airlines

China Airlines

But since 1970, China Air has been the unlucky recipient of disasters like these:

August 1970: China Airlines YS11 is on final approach in bad weather into Taipei when the plane hits a ridge 800 meters from the runway. Two of the five crew members and 12 of the 26 passengers die.

November 1971; China Airlines Caravelle is believed to have been destroyed by a bomb over the Formosa Strait. All 17 passengers and eight crew members are killed.

February 1980; China Airlines 707-300 is on final approach into Manila Airport in a “steep and unstablized approach,” lands hard short of the runway, rips off two engines and parts of a wing. Two of 122 passengers are killed.

February 1986; China Airlines 737-200 touches down but aborts landing in the Pescadores Islands, Taiwan. All six passengers and seven crew members are killed in the attempt to go around.

October 1989: China Airlines 737-200 hits cloud-shrouded high ground at 2130 meters in “incorrect takeoff procedure” near Hualien, Taiwan. All seven crew members and 49 passengers are killed.

April 1994; China Airlines A300-600 stalls and crashes due to crew errors during approach to Nagoya, Japan. All 15 crew and 249 of the 264 passengers are killed.

February 1998; China Airlines A300-600 crashes into a residential area in Taoyuan short of the runway during a second landing attempt in bad weather. All 15 crew and 182 passengers plus seven persons on the ground are killed.

August 1999; China Airlines MD11 drags a wing and crashes at Chek Lap Kok in Hong Kong during an attempt to land in a typhoon. The aircraft comes to rest upside down and on fire. Three of the 300 passengers are killed.

May 2002. China Airlines 747-200 breaks up in flight near the Penghu Islands, Taiwan about 20 minutes into a flight from Taipei to Hong Kong while the aircraft was just above 30,000 feet. No distress signal or other communication was received prior to the crash that killed all 19 crew members and 206 passengers.

There have been lesser incidents. In 1985, a Boeing 747 went out of control, recovered, and managed an emergency landing at San Francisco International Airport. In 1993, another China Air 747 touched down more than two thirds of the way down the runway at Hong Kong’s old Kai Tak Airport and ended up in the water. All 396 aboard lived to tell about it. In 2002, a China Air flight took off from a taxiway in Alaska, nicked an embankment on the way out and damaged its landing gear, although it was able to land safely.

Several factors contributed to the problems. Heavy maintenance for several years was contracted to a shadowy firm in Tainan that had formerly belonged to the US Central Intelligence Agency. Also, the airline’s pilots were largely drawn from the ranks of the republic’s air force, and they tended to fly like air force pilots, taking chances they needn’t take.

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39 Responses to “China Airlines covers up air disasters”

  1. […] August 30th, 2007 · No Comments To everybody: I am flying back on September the 5th. And very glad I’m not flying on China Airlines. […]

  2. The funny thing is that one of the photoshopped planes is carrying the Saudi Arabian Airlines logo in its tail…never heard of crashes from them either…at least not in the last 10 years..yeap!

    Laura on 04 Sep 2007 at 7:50 pm
  3. I seem to remember something about 4 airliners crashing on the same day a few years ago, the date escapes me (and most of the press) but they were only flown by Saudis so not sure if that counts or not.

    Jerome on 06 Sep 2007 at 4:18 pm
  4. I think that China Airlines are having bad luck and they are at the wrong place at the wrong time. That’s why disasters keep occurring.

    Jeremy on 12 Dec 2007 at 6:49 am
  5. Totally unrelated to the fact they have the same people making airplane parts who are sending us all of the recalled toys. On the plus site lead paint burns cleaner so it’s actually better for the environment.

    Jerome on 12 Dec 2007 at 3:01 pm
  6. Jerome you are so ignorant. China Airline is from Taiwan. It’s mainland China that is sending us the lead made toys. Get your facts straight before you make a retarded comment.

    Jonathan on 21 Jan 2008 at 1:35 pm
  7. am capatain for klm and i wana get the china airline job

    KLM CAPTAIN on 24 Jan 2008 at 5:54 am
  8. Just to give everyone a bit of information. China Airlines is Taiwan owned and operated. The person making the comment that the same people making airplane parts who are sending us all of the recalled toys” is completely incorrect as the bad toys are coming from China and not Taiwan. I’ve flown on China Airlines a few times. I wasn’t uncomfortable or concerned; but, I will admit that the other Taiwan airline, EVA Air, is better is all aspects. Also, don’t confuse China air with mainland Chinese operated Air China, they are two different airlines. All the crashes mentioned and pictured here were China Airlines.

    Chris on 24 Jan 2008 at 1:59 pm
  9. Jerome, it is not a “fact” that “the same people making airplane parts who are sending us all the recalled toys.” China Airlines is an airline headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan; not China. In addition to that, the airliner involved is a US-made Boeing, not a Chinese-made airplane nor was any “parts” of the plane in question made in China. Please check your “fact” to make sure it is accurate before posting it as “fact.”

    Luke on 26 Jan 2008 at 2:50 pm
  10. All Chinese airlines look the same to me.

    Jerome on 29 Jan 2008 at 5:53 pm
  11. I just got off a China Airlines flight (CI 007 Lax-Taipei 29-31 Jan) where someone released some kind of toxic chemical into the lower passenger deck. About %20 percent of the passengers were obviously affected by it, making coughing sounds. It was quite pronounced, the smell… like a super-strong perfume. The crew must have been affected as well, I don’t know. Now I read this, it does not surprise me at all.

    Josh on 02 Feb 2008 at 2:41 am
  12. china arlines is rot bad

    China Airlines Employee on 06 Mar 2008 at 4:50 pm
  13. please no msg.

    kato on 14 Mar 2008 at 11:39 pm
  14. This site is so full of crap, it is coming out of it’s ears! Almost all of the photos here are bad photoshops of fake China Airlines planes. Some facts if you will: Aeroflot has the worst flying record with 184 crashes since the airlines inception… followed second by Air France with 69 crashes, with Deutsche Lufthansa third at 65 crashes, and British Overseas Airways with 50 crashes. China Air has only had 14 crashes since their inception over 40 years ago. And, no you can’t possibly cover up an airline disaster! There are literally dozens of other airlines that have a higher crash rate than China Air. American Airlines 47; United Airlines 48; TWA 23; Pan Am 41; etc. This site is bull!

    R. U. Kiddinme on 30 Mar 2008 at 5:54 am
  15. Wow genius comparing total crashes for a tiny airline (total fleet size 68) to a giant like united airlines operating nearly 500 aircraft seems a bit retarded (sort of like counting batting averages three weeks into a season then comparing to Ted Williams). For the record China Airlines did paint their name off of the crash and that was the subject of this post and the reason I photoshopped their logo onto other crashes. So in point of fact they did cover up their name from a crash, it is a fact and are you disputing that?

    Jerome on 30 Mar 2008 at 11:31 pm
  16. The last 5 photos are faked. So obvious…

    skao on 02 Apr 2008 at 11:33 am
  17. Hmm maybe the title: Crash Scene Photos with China Airlines Name Photoshopped in wasn’t obvious enough…

    Jerome on 02 Apr 2008 at 1:29 pm
  18. Hahaha, Jerome, you got to be the most meddlesome person I have ever seen in my entire 18-year life. They are China Airline’s aircrafts, I believe they have the rights to do whatever they feel like it. You, however, probably shouldn’t put their name on the aircrafts that don’t belong to them. I am wondering if what you did is a criminal offence. Anyway, I believe someone will let China Airline know about this and they will decide what to do with your ignorant actions. Before their lawyer contact you, you should probably start minding your own business to save you from being in more troubles.
    One last advice to you, if you don’t think THEY can paint over THEIR name on THEIR planes, why on earth would you think YOU have the right to paint THEIR name on some other airlines’ aircrafts? Seriously, don’t you think it’s so funny that you believe they have no rights to do stuff with their properties but on the other hand you think you can do stuff on their belongings ?
    Thank God that you are not my neighbour, I can imagine you got to be one of those weirdos who spend 20 hours a day peeping through their windows to see what their neighbours are doing and commenting and protesting on everything their neighbours do. Hey Hey Hey, Mr. Smith, you can’t paint your door white, otherwise I would paint your name on Ms. Petersen’s door. Oh yo, Mrs. Clarke, you can’t use yellow curtains, otherwise I will break your window and change your curtain to green. Holy sh*t, how could you put two TV’s in your living room, Mr. Jones. In order to punish you for having 2 TV’s in your living room, I will dump all my E-waste on your yard……… These got to be what you do in your everyday life, eh? What a poor guy you are…..

    Hahaha on 05 Apr 2008 at 2:51 pm
  19. For those of you who don’t know this guy and I are neighbors, and I have spoken to his parents about him not taking his ritalin again.
    RE: on the impending made in Taiwan lawyers attack:
    (1) Having a painting crew trounce all over an airplane painting over their logo in the midst of an accident investigation is generally frowned upon in first world countries.

    Jerome on 07 Apr 2008 at 11:59 am
  20. Hey man,I dont know who you are,dont know where you are from , but Im quite sure that you got some problem with China airlines or Taiwan.
    The only thing I can say is you are such a poor guy,and you should ask your mom to get you a girl instead to stay at home doing this kind of GAY stuff.

    Go Out on 25 Apr 2008 at 6:55 pm
  21. What a loser.. Get a life buddy!

    E on 02 May 2008 at 12:50 pm
  22. Taiwan will be invaded, I have relatives in the Chinese military and have seen the military buildup on the coast first hand. The latest satellite photos show the sub base with type 93 and 94 on Hainan, in conjunction with the aircraft carrier purchased from the Soviet Union will soon be mass produced. This is on top of the thousand or so missiles and the largest land army in the world. Start learning your simplified Chinese characters now…

    Jerome on 05 May 2008 at 6:17 pm
  23. last month i flew half way across the world and back again with China Airlines. they were actually really good, and have stopped recruiting pilots from the air force. also the introduction is wrong as China Airlines are actually known for their service. they got 9th best airline in the world last year from Skytrax.

    Yakob on 29 May 2008 at 6:21 pm
  24. Don’t you know that it’s common practise for airlines to paint over their smouldering wreckage? They all do it, it’s not exclusive to China Airlines!

    WH on 13 Jun 2008 at 5:23 am
  25. The Chinese people are nothing but barbarians who can only resolve their problems through violences or some underhanded tactics. Secondly, I would be ashamed to admit that my relatives are in the PLA if I were you because PLA is nothing more than a massive machine of oppression that is made of unprofessional thugs and criminals.

    Charles on 01 Sep 2008 at 10:35 am
  26. I comment it is very bad! dont take China Airlines name to Saudi Arabian airlines that crush!

    Yehezkiel on 10 Sep 2008 at 8:05 am
  27. Thanks for the laughs as I am researching CAL in preparation for our family (Grandma, Daughter, Me) trip, which has been already booked. I know that the future does look bad for Taiwan, and with that, I am justifying the trip so that we can see a part of the historical record unfold.
    Anyhoo, I hope that I will survive, seeing how’s I’m flying to three countries:five flights on CAL. Jerome, I’ll be thinking of you when I’m shot down from the sky on my holiday! Keep up the good work and I guess the others don’t understand where you you got past 30 on the IQ test.

    Jade onion on 03 Nov 2008 at 2:14 pm
  28. Jammer dat al die vliegtuigen zijn gecrasht .
    Want ze waren zo mooi.
    Ik vlieg morgen om 12 00 met china airlines
    van singapore naar new york .

    Bart on 21 Feb 2009 at 5:27 am
  29. wow. these comments are funny. but anyways:
    why fly china airlines when you could fly eva??
    and anyways: once again, china airlines is TAIWANESE. not CHINESE. Taiwan’s official name is the ROC, republic of china after 1949. and its not technically china airlines fault- they hired all of the retired air force pilots in taiwan. but they did stop hiring them. and they have a better safety record (I think) than Korean Air.

    ha on 06 Mar 2009 at 3:12 pm
  30. its funny how everyone is saying that the chinese suck at flying because of this but china airlines is not from china, its from taiwan, Air China is Chinese so for ever one that thought that now you know. I bet they spent a lot of money on new planes. And the beginning is totally wrong, China Airlines is known for service and if you every flew with them you will agree

    David on 11 Apr 2009 at 1:15 am
  31. I HATE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BITCH ****ING ASHOLE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ESKDIAAAA on 08 Jul 2009 at 11:48 pm
  32. Painting out the airline name on crashed aircraft is done across the board… it’s not just China Air.

    You're dumb on 16 Jan 2010 at 1:11 am
  33. Im not Taiwanese, but the comment u made about China Airline is obviously subjective. You are very rude and uneducated as the ppl in ur country. it really surprises me tat you think China Airline is making the airplanes. even a 10-year-old knows tat Airline company doesnt make the airplanes, but Boeing. Airline company is providing services. Plus, China Airline is taiwanese airline, not the country who made the recalled toy. You should spend more than on your common education rather than doing all this stupid photoshop.

    Julia on 04 May 2010 at 10:39 pm
  34. Oice……..Jerome….you re chinese. tat s y you re doing all this. haha….it sounds like u are the who one can bomb taiwan up……go ahead…..do it……btw,….i m chinese….all the chinese citizen will appreciate tat…….

    Julia on 04 May 2010 at 10:51 pm
  35. am an air traffic controller who always first hand information direct from pilots so as to arrange for emergency response. would like to work in china aviation industry

    kariuki on 27 May 2011 at 9:42 am
  36. i fly china air a lot always been good flights no problems and friendly staff 10 out of 10 from me

    neil on 20 Oct 2011 at 10:48 am
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  38. my message 166!!!

    nurjasman on 25 Mar 2012 at 4:26 am
  39. hey those arent china airlines at all there is saudi arabian airlines and lufthansa
    u idiot

    abdu on 04 Jun 2012 at 7:13 am

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