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Crash in Indonesia: Presumably found black box

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After the crash of the Indonesian passenger machine, search teams in the sea have allegedly tracked down the flight recorders. According to the search teams today ping signals were received, which are most likely from the recording devices in the cockpit. The wreckage of the machine is about 30 meters deep on the seabed.

The crash of the Boeing 737 low-cost carrier Lion Air came on Monday, all 189 people on board killed. The machine had lost a few minutes after the start in the capital Jakarta dramatically in height and fell into the sea.

It is believed that technical problems led to this. The technology director of the airline has been released. From the black boxes, the black box, the investigators hope to find out about the cause.
Government has low cost airlines tested

Indonesia wants to put the country’s low-cost airlines to the test after the accident. The government ordered that all aircraft of the same series are examined. Lion Air also has several Boeing 737 Max 8s in operation. But you are allowed to fly.

Transport Minister Budi Karya Sumadi announced that the security concepts would be reviewed. He told the news portal Detik: „Cheap airlines are a necessity. There is nothing wrong with that. It’s about improving safety. „