Indonesia Lion Air flight crash: 48-year-old diver dies while searching for body parts, debris in Java Sea
An Indonesian diver died while recovering body parts from the ill-fated Lion Air plane which crashed into the sea killing 189 people, an official said Saturday.
Indonesia plane crash: Flight recorders of Lion Air jet retrieved from sea; 48 body bags with human remains sent for DNA testing
Indonesian investigators on Thursday said they found the flight data recorders from the Lion Air Flight JT610, a discovery that should help explain why the new Boeing 737 crashed on Monday, killing all 189 people on board.
Facebook post showing infant rescued from Indonesia's Lion Air flight a hoax, disaster mitigation agency clarifies
Indonesia’s disaster mitigation agency spokesman, Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, said on Twitter that the baby was a survivor from a boat that sank in waters off Indonesia’s Selayar island on 3 July.
Indonesia Lion Air flight crash: More body parts of 189 passengers found; cause of crash still not ascertained
The National Search and Rescue Agency said that 10 intact bodies, as well as body parts, have been recovered. Search teams filled ten body bags with limbs and other human remains, Muhammad Syaugi, chief of the Indonesian national search and rescue agency told Metro TV, saying they will be taken to Jakarta for identification and DNA testing.
Indonesia Lion Air flight crash: All 189 passengers, crew on board feared dead, says search and rescue agency
Indonesia's National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) said there were 178 adult passengers, one child, two infants, two pilots and six cabin crew on board flight JT 610.
Jet Airways' pilots union National Aviator's Guild says 'endeavouring' to help airline achieve cost efficiencies
Pilots have reportedly not agreed to pay cuts proposed by the airline, which is battling financial woes amid rising fuel costs and low fares.
The newly-inducted Boeing 737 Max plane of private carrier Jet Airways was pulled out of the operations again, the second time in less than a week, as an engine snag forced the airline to ground the plane here for more than a day, an industry source said.
More and more customers want internet access and will choose the flights with Wi-Fi connection over the flights that do not provide internet access.