Lion Air Crash: Search teams recover seats, wheels from Indonesia jet crash site
Friday, 2 November 2018 () Seats, wheels and other parts of a crashed Indonesian Lion Air jet were hauled from the depths Friday, as authorities analysed black box data that may explain why the new plane plummeted into the Java Sea, killing 189 people.
Search teams have been scouring the seabed for the fuselage of the Boeing-737 MAX 8, which plunged...
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A Lion Air plane hit into a lamppost before take-off last night just a week after one of its planes plunged into the sea with all 189 people on board. The Boeing 737-900 was moving towards the runway..
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