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JAKARTA (The Straits Times/ANN): The Indonesian passenger aircraft that plunged into the Java Sea shortly after take-off last month, killing all 62 people aboard, had a problem with its engine control system, preliminary investigations by the country's National Transport Safety Commission (KNKT) showed.
JAKARTA (Bloomberg): Bayu Wardoyo tends to skip the 6am breakfast of Indonesian fried rice served to divers on the ship searching for wreckage of the Sriwijaya Air passenger jet that crashed in the Java Sea on Jan 9. He prefers coffee, light snacks and some fruit to prepare for the long day ahead.
JAKARTA,Jan 11 (AP) - Indonesian navy divers scoured the floor of the Java Sea on Monday as they hunted for the black boxes of a Sriwijaya Air jet that nosedived into the waters at high velocity with 62 people aboard.
SYDNEY/JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's chequered air safety record is again in the spotlight after a Sriwijaya Air jet carrying 62 people crashed into the Java Sea minutes after take-off on Saturday, marking the country's third major airline crash in just over six years.
SYDNEY/JAKARTA Jan 10 (Reuters): Indonesia's chequered air safety record is again in the spotlight after a Sriwijaya Air jet carrying 62 people crashed into the Java Sea minutes after take-off on Saturday, marking the country's third major airline crash in just over six years.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Families of victims of a Boeing 737 MAX crash on Ethiopian Airlines are moving forward with civil litigation against the planemaker in Chicago, despite its settlement with the U.S. Justice Department, plaintiffs' lawyers said on Thursday.
JAKARTA (Reuters): Some of the relatives of victims of a fatal Boeing 737 Max crash in Indonesia have slammed a decision by United States aviation authorities to allow the jets to return to the skies, saying the move comes too soon.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - A faulty sensor reading and the activation of an anti-stall system on a Boeing 737 MAX preceded the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines flight in 2019 that killed 157 people, an interim report by the government in Addis Ababa found.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia plans to release an interim report into a deadly Boeing 737 MAX crash, which killed 157 passengers and crew, ahead of the first anniversary of the accident next month, according to an official speaking on Saturday.