Indonesias crashed flight took 13 minutes to sea and experienced several climbing and falling seas.

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 Indonesias crashed flight took 13 minutes to sea and experienced several climbing and falling seas.


According to the flight plan, the flight can reach its destination in only 1 hours. But 13 minutes after takeoff, the brand-new Boeing 737 MAX8 crashed into the sea with 189 people on board.

According to Flightradar24, which tracks global flight information in real time, the plane registered as PK-LQP crashed into the sea at about 6:33. When lost, the height of the aircraft is about 5000 feet (about 1524 meters). As the aircraft black box has not yet been found, the specific cause of the accident is still under investigation. However, there are still some anomalies in the flight data released by the Flightradar24 website.

The flight chart of Lion Air JT610 on October 29 shows that the plane dropped 575 feet (about 175 meters) in 25 seconds, 550 feet (about 167 meters) in 15 seconds and 1200 feet (about 365 meters) in 10 seconds.

Flight data graph

At the same time, the height, speed and climb rate of JT610 flights are obviously abnormal. In just 13 minutes, the plane was unusually high at about 5,000 feet, despite repeated climbs and landings and bumps. According to the flight records of the previous few days under normal conditions, the aircraft should actually fly at an altitude of more than 10,000 feet (about 3048 meters) when reaching the vicinity of the missed junction. Even more bizarre, according to local media reports, JT610 pilots had expressed suspicion that the aircrafts components might be malfunctioning, so they asked to return. But from the actual flight trajectory, the flight did not show signs of turning back.

Equipped with airline map

On October 29, Reuters quoted Indonesian Lion Airlines Chief Executive Edward Sirait as saying that JT610 had a technical problem at the beginning of the flight, but had been resolved in accordance with the procedures. However, he did not specify what technical problems were.

Although preliminary data have confirmed that JT610s final journey had several anomalies in just 13 minutes, an Indonesian official was quoted by Reuters as saying it was impossible to determine the cause of the accident before retrieving the black box.

Currently, Lion Airlines has set up an emergency contact centre at the T1 terminal of Sugano-Hada International Airport to assist the families of the missing passengers. A spokesman for the airline said the JT610, a Boeing 737 MAX8, was manufactured in 2018 and made its maiden flight on July 30. It has just been put into operation by an Indonesian Lion Airlines company since August 15. The aircraft is brand new. The crash is also the first major aviation accident in 737MAX8 (the latest model of the 737 family).

JT610 is driven by Captain BhavyeSuneja and deputy commander Harvino, with two people flying experience. The captain flew more than 6,000 hours and the Deputy flew more than 5,000 hours (the average number of flight hours for U.S. fighter pilots in 2014 was only 158 hours, according to data released in the official U.S. Air Force magazine in 2015).

Boeing said in a statement on the 29th that it is ready to provide technical support for the accident investigation while deeply grieving the crash of JT610. According to the international agreement, all inquiries about aviation accident investigation must be submitted to the National Transportation Safety Commission of Indonesia (NTSC).

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Lion Air Indonesia (Lion Air for short) was established in 1999 as a low-cost airline in Indonesia.

Recent records show that there have been many aviation accidents. According to incomplete statistics, before JT610, the company had at least 13 accidents, JT610 is the companys 14th accident. The 14 accidents included: five crashes; five rushes out/out of the runway; one heavy landing; one noseless landing; one cattle hit the runway; and one sudden massive oil leak on the wing of the apron, requiring emergency evacuation. In the April 13, 2013 accident, a Lion Airlines flight from Bandung to Bali to Denpasar crashed into the sea, the planes 108 passengers and crew were rescued, no one was killed, but 45 people were injured. The aircraft, Boeing 737-800, was purchased by Lion Air in March of the same year and lasted no more than two months. In February 2009 and March, there were two landings of lion aircraft, which resulted in 3 injuries. In March 11th of that year, the Indonesian government announced the suspension of the lion boat MD-90 aircraft across the country. In 2004, a Lion Airlines passenger plane with 146 passengers rushed out of the runway when landing at Thoreau Airport in Central Java Province, killing 25 people. The source of this article: surging news editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310

Recent records show that there have been many aviation accidents. According to incomplete statistics, before JT610, the company had at least 13 accidents, JT610 is the companys 14th accident. The 14 accidents included: five crashes; five rushes out/out of the runway; one heavy landing; one noseless landing; one cattle hit the runway; and one sudden massive oil leak on the wing of the apron, requiring emergency evacuation.

In the April 13, 2013 accident, a Lion Airlines flight from Bandung to Bali to Denpasar crashed into the sea, the planes 108 passengers and crew were rescued, no one was killed, but 45 people were injured. The aircraft, Boeing 737-800, was purchased by Lion Air in March of the same year and lasted no more than two months.

In February 2009 and March, there were two landings of lion aircraft, which resulted in 3 injuries. In March 11th of that year, the Indonesian government announced the suspension of the lion boat MD-90 aircraft across the country.

In 2004, a Lion Airlines passenger plane with 146 passengers rushed out of the runway when landing at Thoreau Airport in Central Java Province, killing 25 people.