Indonesia said the wreckage of the crashed plane was not identified as fuselage.

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 Indonesia said the wreckage of the crashed plane was not identified as fuselage.


According to reports, the military leader Hadi Tjahjanto said: We firmly believe that we have found part of the wreckage of the crashed JT610 aircraft. He added that the search team already had the location coordinates of the wreckage and that it was now necessary to determine whether the wreckage was the fuselage of the crashed aircraft.

Previously, Indonesia deployed a locator to try to locate the black box of the aircraft at the crash site. The cockpit voice and data recorder loaded in the black box will help determine the cause of the crash. Haryo Satmiko, vice chairman of Indonesias National Transportation Safety Commission, said: On the afternoon of the 30th, local time, search and rescue teams at 35 meters deep underwater, heard the signal from the positioner. Local time 31 at 5 oclock in the morning, the relevant search and rescue team has been diving in the location to find. At 6:20 local time on the 29th, an Indonesian Lion Airlines Boeing 737 MAX8 passenger plane with 189 passengers and crew flew from Jakartas Sugano Hada International Airport to Penang, Bangkabury Cave Province. The plane lost contact 13 minutes after takeoff and was later confirmed to have crashed near Karawang, West Java province. Source: China News Net editor: Qian Yue Xiao _NBJ10675

Previously, Indonesia deployed a locator to try to locate the black box of the aircraft at the crash site. The cockpit voice and data recorder loaded in the black box will help determine the cause of the crash.

Haryo Satmiko, vice chairman of Indonesias National Transportation Safety Commission, said: On the afternoon of the 30th, local time, search and rescue teams at 35 meters deep underwater, heard the signal from the positioner. Local time 31 at 5 oclock in the morning, the relevant search and rescue team has been diving in the location to find.

At 6:20 local time on the 29th, an Indonesian Lion Airlines Boeing 737 MAX8 passenger plane with 189 passengers and crew flew from Jakartas Sugano Hada International Airport to Penang, Bangkabury Cave Province. The plane lost contact 13 minutes after takeoff and was later confirmed to have crashed near Karawang, West Java province.