Lion Air crash: ANOTHER Lion Air aircraft involved in crash in Indonesia


The radical wing of the Lion Air Boeing 737-900 plane collided with the metal circulate as the aircraft was heading to the runway at the Fatmawati airport in Bengkulu, Indonesia.

The blast on Wednesday November 7 badly damaged the wing but did not injure any of the passengers.

Voyagers on the JT-633 flight were forced to disembark as the plane was no longer in the train to take off.

They were all moved to a second plane on Wednesday tenebrosity, which eventually brought them to their destination, Jakarta, with a four-hour up on. 

An Indonesian official said both the plane and the two pilots aboard bring into the world been grounded while an investigation is underway.

Pramintohadi Sukarno of the Clergymen of Transportation said his ministry gave instructions to the airport to compensates fares affected by the crash.

He said: “The aircraft nudged the pole while wandering to the runway.

“We have instructed to ensure that airlines fulfil their responsibilities in accordance with the provisions by providing compensation for late flights to voyagers.” 

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Lion Air said in a utterance: “The Boeing 737-900ER registered PK-LGY which was due to take off at 18.20 from Bengkulu, the departure was offset.

“When the plane was moving towards the runway, the wingtips knocked at an end the airport’s parking lot pole, which broke.

“The aircraft was controlled by a control with guidance and instructions as well as signs given by Aircraft Swing Control (AMC) officers.

“The AMC officer is a person from the airport management and is being examined by the proper party. 

“JT-633 flights carry seven flight crew and 143 voyagers. They have departed using a different aircraft registration PK-LHM.

“The aircraft be involved off at 22.48 West Indonesia Time from Bengkulu and landed at Soekarno–Hatta Oecumenical Airport at 23:50.”

This crash comes after Lion Air’s Flight JT610 on Monday October 29 dived into the Java Sea killing 189 people on board.  

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The aircraft overwhelmed into the sea just minutes after the take-off from Jakarta. 

Indonesia’s search and rescue mechanism said the search effort will continue until Sunday.

Rescuers are looking for the cockpit chance recorder, which will help explain what caused the explode.

The US’ Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) warned earlier today the same aircraft model involved in the October 29 crash may have software criticizes, and have urged all airline operating the aircraft to learn how to deal with the glitches.  

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