Indonesian plane crash has long been a technical problem. Australian officials have been asked not to ride lion boat

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 Indonesian plane crash has long been a technical problem. Australian officials have been asked not to ride lion boat


According to a comprehensive report, a passenger aircraft carrying more than 180 people crashed in Indonesias Lion boat. Edward Sirait, chief executive of Lion Airlines, revealed that there were reports of technical problems with the plane on the evening of 29 Local time. But Sylla Etter stressed that the problem had been solved before flight. In addition, Australian government officials and others were asked not to travel on Lion Airlines flights, the Guardian reported.

According to a number of foreign media reports, Sirait said that the aircraft from Denpasar, the capital of Bali, Indonesia, to Jakarta, the pilot submitted a report that the aircraft had problems. But Silait stressed that the plane took off in the morning of 29 Local time, the problem has been cleared by engineers, the crashed flight to meet flight conditions.

Australian government officials have been formally asked not to travel by Lion Airlines, according to an e-mail on the 29th, the Guardian reported. According to reports, the decision was published by a website called Smartraveller, which was launched online by the Australian Foreign Trade Department and provides recommendations for all Australian governments and contractors.

Australian government officials and contractors were told not to take Lions plane after an accident on October 29, 2018, the source said. The decision will be reviewed after the accident investigation results are clear.

Boeing said in a statement on its website that it was deeply saddened by the crash of Flight JT610, Singapores Sing Chau Daily reported. We pay close attention to the crew on board and express our sincere condolences to their families and relatives, the statement said. Boeing said: Boeing will be ready to provide technical support for accident investigation. According to the international protocol, all inquiries into aviation accidents must be submitted to the Indonesian National Transportation Safety Commission (NTSC).

Ambulances are waiting on the coast of the Jakarta suburb of Karawang, but officials have not released any information about the casualties, Reuters reported. Muhmmad Syaugi, head of Indonesias search and rescue agency, said the search and rescue team was still assisted by helicopters, diving to search for the wreckage. Lion Air JT-610 took off from Jakarta Airport at about 6:20 local time on the 29th and lost contact at 6:33. It is reported that the flight was scheduled to arrive at the port of bang in the morning at 7:20. According to reports, the aircraft is Boeings 737 Max-8 aircraft, only 18 months of service globally, known as the worlds most reliable aircraft. In May 2017, the Boeing 737 MAX8 was first used for commercial flights on Malindo Air and has since been adopted by airlines around the world. Source: China News Net editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310

Ambulances are waiting on the coast of the Jakarta suburb of Karawang, but officials have not released any information about the casualties, Reuters reported. Muhmmad Syaugi, head of Indonesias search and rescue agency, said the search and rescue team was still assisted by helicopters, diving to search for the wreckage.

Lion Air JT-610 took off from Jakarta Airport at about 6:20 local time on the 29th and lost contact at 6:33. It is reported that the flight was scheduled to arrive at the port of bang in the morning at 7:20. According to reports, the aircraft is Boeings 737 Max-8 aircraft, only 18 months of service globally, known as the worlds most reliable aircraft. In May 2017, the Boeing 737 MAX8 was first used for commercial flights on Malindo Air and has since been adopted by airlines around the world.