A bird collided into the windscreen of a Zhengzhou-bound Hainan Airlines flight (HU7266) on Monday, April 9, shortly after the airplane left Fuzhou Changle International Airport. According to a staff person from Hainan Airlines, the Boeing 737 airplane took off the ground at 8:20 pm on Monday, and was hit by a bird in the windscreen shortly after take-off, leaving a crack on the windscreen glass. The collision didn’t affect the safety of the flight, but did cause the crew to make an emergency return after damage assessment.
Fuzhou seeks to tighten the law restricting honk use from May 1st by bring a larger area under the ban. Actually, Fuzhou has had a restriction law for nearly 6 years (since July 2012), which stipulates that drivers of motor vehicles may not lay on their horns within the 3rd Ring Road plus the Wusibei/Xindian (五四北/新店) area.