Posted July 11, 2018 10:58:17 Delta Flight 3715 from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur will fly to Beijing from June 11.
The plane will take off at 5:05 p.m. local time and land in Beijing at 7:45 p..m., according to the airline.
A Delta spokesperson said on Tuesday that the plane will arrive at Beijing around 9:30 p.y. and will fly into Beijing from Beijing around 10:15 p.o.
The flight will be in its last leg of its journey.
The plane has made its way to the airport, according to Chinese media reports.
The airline has already delayed the flight, saying it was not sure what caused the plane to break up.
Delta Flight 1329, a Boeing 777-200ER from Sydney to Hong Kong, made an unscheduled landing in Hong Kong on July 3.
It was due to fly to Shanghai on July 10 but is now out of service.
Delta also canceled a flight to Beijing last week, and a Boeing 787-8 took off in Beijing from Shanghai.
Delta Flight 1324 from Los Angeles to Beijing on July 6 made a stopover in Beijing and made a flight back to Los Angeles, but its flight was delayed by more than 24 hours.
Flight 370’s flight recorder has not been found.
Malaysia Airlines has also issued a statement saying it is looking into the possibility that the flight recorder is still in the ocean.
Malaysia’s Transport Ministry said that all passengers and crew on the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have been accounted for and will be taken to Malaysia for further investigations.
AirAsia has said that it is working to retrieve the flight data recorder, which is believed to be in the water off Vietnam.
South Korean officials said Monday that the missing plane was in the vicinity of the remote island of Borneo, where the plane lost contact with air traffic controllers.
The flight data recorders, which are connected to the plane’s transponder, have been found in the waters off Vietnam’s Bornean archipelago, South Korea’s National Police Agency said on Monday.
A South Korean AirAsia plane was spotted flying over Vietnam’s remote island Borneom, the agency said, adding that the search operation is being conducted by the South Korean coast guard.
According to South Korean officials, a search operation will be carried out for the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370, with the military conducting the search in the South China Sea, the military’s website said.
On July 6, a United Arab Emirates AirAsia flight from Kuala Lumpur to Dubai was diverted to Beijing, the airline said.
The jetliner had taken off from Beijing, but was diverted from its scheduled flight to Dubai, a statement from the airline read.
An Indian Air Force jet took off from Mumbai’s Hyderabad International Airport on July 7 and was diverted by air traffic control to Hong-Kong, the Indian Air force said in a statement.
At a press conference held on Monday, the Malaysian Transport Minister said that the last contact with the plane was made by a crewmember on the cockpit voice recorder.
“It was very clear that the captain and first officer were very concerned.
The captain asked that there be a crew meeting,” he said.
“There was a communication on the aircraft indicating that they would be arriving in Hong- Kong, and there was a contact number on the voice recorder,” he added.
“We don’t know what happened to the cockpit phone and so we don’t have any contact numbers on the flight recorders,” the Malaysian transport minister said.