Lion Air to resume search for victims of Indonesia crash ASEAN

Lion Air to resume search for victims of Indonesia crash

Indonesia’s budget carrier Lion Air announced on December 17 that it was funding a multi-million dollar search effort using a Dutch company for the second black box and 64 missing victims on the ill-fated flight that crashed on October 29.
Indonesia's Lion Air recommended to improve safety culture World

Indonesia's Lion Air recommended to improve safety culture

The Indonesian National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) on November 28 recommended that Lion Air must improve its safety culture and better document repair work on its planes, after a Boeing 737 MAX aircraft crashed last month, killing all 189 people onboard.
Crashed Indonesian plane had faulty air speed indicator ASEAN

Crashed Indonesian plane had faulty air speed indicator

Indonesia’s National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) said on November 5 that a Lion Air plane that crashed into the Java Sea last week, killing all 189 onboard, had an air speed indicator problem on its fatal flight and on three previous journeys.
Indonesia air crash: hours of data recovered from black box World

Indonesia air crash: hours of data recovered from black box

Indonesian investigators succeeded in retrieving hours of data from the first black box on Lion Air's Boeing 737 MAX 8 jet, which crashed into the sea off the coast of Karawang in West Java province on October 29, killing 189 people on board.
Indonesia steps up identification of plane crash victims World

Indonesia steps up identification of plane crash victims

Tanjung Priok port has been one of the four centres handling the debris of the Indonesian Lion Air carrier which crashed into the sea off the coast of Karawang in Indonesia’s West Java province on October 29, killing 189 people on board.