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JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian divers on Tuesday retrieved from the sea bed the flight data recorder (FDR) of a Sriwijaya Air plane that crashed into the Java Sea with 62 people on board at the weekend, officials said.
SYDNEY/JAKARTA (Reuters) - Starting with just one plane in 2003, Indonesia's Sriwijaya Air has become the country's No.3 airline group, aided by its strategy of acquiring old planes at cheap prices and serving routes neglected by competitors. The mid-market airline, which has few international flights, was thrust into the spotlight this week when a nearly 27-year old Boeing Co 737-500 crashed into the Java Sea on Saturday with 62 people on board.[nL1N2JN08I]
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia on Wednesday temporarily suspended a search by divers for the cockpit voice recorder of a Sriwijaya Air that crashed with 62 people on board shortly after takeoff.
PUTRAJAYA: Commercial vehicles are not restricted from operating in the states under the movement control order which begins on Wednesday (Jan 13).
Some frequently asked questions for logistics and parcel hailing (p-Hailing) operations under the jurisdiction of the Transport Ministry during the movement control order period.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian divers prepared to resume a search on Thursday for the remains of 62 victims and the cockpit voice recorder from a Sriwijaya Air plane that plunged into the Java Sea soon after takeoff last weekend, officials said.
PETALING JAYA: The Transport Ministry will not issue any statement over claims that a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane, which is involved in a legal tussle in the UK, was held back by Malaysian authorities on Friday (Jan 15).
KUALA LUMPUR: Public transport services will continue through the movement control order, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Individuals who use private vehicles, whether motorcycles or cars, to deliver goods or parcels as part-timers or freelancers will be allowed to continue their activities during the Covid-19 pandemic.