Final goodbye for Lion Air air crash victims

An Indonesian rescue team lift a pair tires from the ill-fated Lion Air flight JT 610 off Karawang in the Java Se

An Indonesian rescue team lift a pair tires from the ill-fated Lion Air flight JT 610 off Karawang in the Java Se

Aviation experts from multiple countries are analyzing the data to determine exactly how the aircraft performed during the flight.

However, this new reminder from Boeing raises questions about the pilots' actions, how the flight crews are trained and if the maintenance that was performed was adequate. The device was replaced in Bali after pilots reported a problem with airspeed reading, the Indonesian transportation safety regulator said Wednesday.

The team from Indonesia's National Transportation Safety Committee (KNKT) said that they had arrived at the preliminary conclusions after sifting through details of the flight data recorder (FDR), or black box, which was found in the Java Sea, near Karawang, West Java, last week.

"This is a preventative measure.(The accident) is a very expensive lesson for us". The committee said they were dealing with an erroneous airspeed indication. "One belongs to the pilot in command and one belongs to the co-pilot". Under some circumstances, such as when pilots are flying manually, the Max jets will automatically try to push down the nose if they detect that an aerodynamic stall is possible, a person familiar with the matter said.

There are a total of 49 Boeing 737 Max planes in service across the US, including 26 737 Max 8 planes in service at Southwest Airlines, 16 at American Airlines and seven Max 9 planes at United Airlines. "Since the time of the crisis, I was never contacted by Lion Air".

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A relative sprinkles flowers for victims in the crashed Lion Air flight 610 aboard an Indonesia Navy ship in the waters where the aeroplane is believed to have crashed in Tanjung Karawang, Indonesia, on Tuesday. At takeoff, the plane's altitude fluctuated dramatically, and the plane increased in speed before nose-diving into the Java Sea 13 minutes later.

Lion Air reportedly knew that the plane - a brand-new Boeing 737 MAX 8, which the low-priced carrier had been using for only a few months - had malfunctioned on its second-to-last flight.

Flight JT610 marked the first fatal crash involving Boeing's next-generation 737 Max aircraft.

Indonesia's search and rescue agency has extended the search until Sunday. "But we can't find the CVR yet", Muhammad Syaugi said.

Data extracted from the flight recorders revealed that the aircraft experienced problems with airspeed indicators during its last four flights.

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The focus of continuing efforts will be to recover additional victim remains and to locate the CVR, he said.

The two Indonesian airlines that fly the Boeing 737 Max 8 planes, national carrier Garuda and Lion Air, both declined to comment on the bulletin.

The Chicago-based planemaker has delivered 219 Max, the latest and most advanced 737 jets, since the new models made their commercial debut previous year with a Lion Air subsidiary. "People panicked. It dropped about 400 feet", said Gaharu, adding that he had confirmed the height of the drop on a flight-tracking website.

Indonesian investigators said Wednesday that an AOA sensor on the jet was replaced the day before the doomed flight, on October 28, when a pilot flying the same aircraft on a different route, from Bali to Jakarta, reported problems with it. Its transport safety panel investigated 137 serious aviation incidents from 2012 to 2017.

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