Lion Air Indonesia Flight no JT-610 crashes with 189 person into the sea

Lion Air Indonesia Flight no JT-610 crashes

Lion Air Indonesia Flight no JT-610 crashes : Indonesian TV has also broadcast footage of anxious people waiting outside Pangkal Pinang airport – the plane’s intended destination.

  • Flight JT610 crashed in the sea off Indonesia today at 6.30am local time
  • It was travelling from Jakarta to Pangkal Pinang in Indonesia
  • The plane was carrying 188 people, according to Reuters
  • Indonesia is mounting a search and rescue operation and there is currently no indication of the number of casualties
  • It was Boeing 737 MAX 8 – introduced in 2017 – which can carry up to 200 people.

“We cannot give any comment at this moment,” said Edward Sirait, chief executive of Lion Air Group.

“We are trying to collect all the information and data.”

Lion Air is one of Indonesia’s youngest and biggest airlines, flying to dozens of domestic and international destinations.

In 2013, one of its Boeing 737-800 jets missed the runway while landing on the resort island of Bali, crashing into the sea without causing any fatalities among the 108 people on board.

This accident is the first to be reported that involves the popular Boeing 737 MAX, an updated, more fuel-efficient version of the manufacturer’s workhorse single-aisle jet.

The first Boeing 737 MAX jets were introduced into service in 2017.

Lion Air’s Malaysian subsidiary, Malindo Air, received the very first global delivery.

Lion Air Indonesia Flight no JT-610 crashes


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