Indonesian searchers attempting to find the black field – Lion Air flight JT610

Authorities have scouring the waters north of Java Island, off the coast of Jakarta, for bodies and particles from Lion Air flight JT610. The flight went lacking this morning shortly after take-off on a routine one-hour flight from Jakarta to Pangkalpinang in Bangka Belitung.
The Lion Air flight misplaced contact with air traffic controllers at 6:33 am, briefly after take off at 6:20am from Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
The plane, carrying two pilots, six crew and 181 passengers, together with two youngsters and one infant, crashed 12 kilometres north off the coast of Tanjung Bungin in Karawang, West Java.
The National Search and Rescue Agency head M. In record time mentioned, “We are sure that the plane crashed into the sea and is submerged at a depth of 30 to 35 metres,”
“We have positioned the debris 3.7 kilometres south of where contact with the aircraft was lost. Ninety personnel have been prepared to help in the rescue efforts.”
“National Transportation Safety Commission (KNKT) head Soerjanto Tjahjono mentioned that the Boeing 737 Max eight aircraft commenced operations with Lion Air in August and solely had a complete 800 flight hours.
Photos printed on social media show that searchers had recovered parts of the airplane and several ID cards, presumably belonging to the plane’s passengers. Government officials are reportedly among the many passengers aboard the missing plane..

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