An Indonesian flight carrying 189 passengers’ crashes into the sea on Monday just after the 13 minutes of the take-off as confirmed by an official.
The Indonesian flight is owned by a private company of Indonesia, Lion Air and plane which is believed to be crash down is Boeing 737 MAX 8. It took off from Indonesian capital, Jakarta around 6.20 am and schedule to be land in Pangkal Pinang around 7.20 am but lost its contact moment after the takeoff. The news is confirmed when a tugboat saw the flight falling.
When asked about the present condition of the passenger, chief executive of Lion Air said, “We cannot give any comment at this moment. We are trying to collect all the information and data”.
The reason of the crash is yet to be identified after the recovery of the plane’s black boxes which contains the voice recordings of the cockpit voice and data flight.
An official talking about the crashed Indonesian flight said, “We will collect all data from the control tower. The plane is so modern, it transmits data from the plane and that we will review too. But the most important is the black box”.
However, the head of Indonesia’s search and rescue agency said that debris of the flight have been found near the sea where the flight has lost contact.
The further investigation of the crash will be handled to US National Transportation Safety Board jointly with the technical adviser from Boeing and US-French engine maker CFM International.
This was not the first air accident of the Indonesian private aircraft Lion Air as in 2004, around 25 people were killed when an MD-82 plane crash down at Solo City whereas in 2013, another aircraft of the same company was crash down in the similiar manner rightly after taking off in the sea of Bali.