The landing gear of a Indonesian crashed plane was found: Officer
The Boeing-737 Max8 aircraft of Lion Air fell on Monday after crashing in the sea near Java, just 12 minutes after flying from the capital Jakarta.
Jakarta: Indonesian officials said on Thursday that the divers got a piece of landing gear on the plane of Lion Air, which was crashing into the sea, crashing. Earlier, a black box of the crashing aircraft was found, which would help in detecting the causes of the accident. Mohammed Sayyog, chief of the Searcher Agency, said about the landing gear that we got some part of it. The Boeing-737 Max8 aircraft of Lion Air fell on Monday after crashing in the sea near Java, just 12 minutes after flying from the capital Jakarta. All 189 people aboard The aircraft was taken in service a few months ago.
It is worth noting that the plane of Indonesia’s Lion Airlines had fallen into the sea after crashing shortly after the flight. This accident happened during the morning flight from the capital Jakarta. An officer told that after the news of the crash, the investigation and rescue work has been started. Airlines spokesman Yusuf Latif had said that it is still not known how many people were in the plane. A total of 189 passenger riders are reported in this aircraft. Indonesia’s Disaster Agency spokesman Suitopo Porfo Nugroho posted some of the pictures of the accident that happened on Twitter, in which a smartly broken smartphone, books, bags, parts of the aircraft are showing.
Sailors and rescue pirates have gathered this stuff to the place of accident. The spokesman said that there were 181 passengers in the aircraft, including three children. In addition, seven crew members were also boarded the plane. Indonesian TV channels are showing fuel in the sea and photos of aircraft debris by filling the fuel with the plane. Boeing aircraft of 737 Max 8 model from Jakarta, Indonesia, flew to Iceland Sumatra for a city called Pangkal Pingang.
The last contact with the aircraft was reached at 6-33. At that time, the plane had just taken 13 minutes to fly from the airport. On this incident, the airline’s chief executive Edward Cerat said that we are not in a position to say anything yet, we are trying to gather as much information and data on the aircraft accident.