JAKARTA – The Indonesian aircraft from Lion Air that shortly after takeoff from the airport of Jakarta in the java sea, collapsed, had a technical problem on a previous flight. According to the director of the aviation business was the failure of the Boeing type 737 MAX 8 in accordance with the proper procedures eliminated.
Rescue workers search the wreckage of the crashed Lion Air plane.
“The airplane flew previously from Denpasar in Bali to the airport Soekarno-Hatta in Jakarta, indonesia. There is a report on a technical issue, and that is in accordance with the procedures resolved,” said Edward Sirait against reporters, without on the nature of the defect.
He said that Lion Air eleven aircraft of Boeing type 737 MAX 8 and that the other units are not the same technical problem. Sirait said that there were no plans for the rest of the fleet to the ground.
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