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Lion Air jet should have been grounded before fatal crash, Indonesia says

AFP
28/11/2018 | 864 words
A crashed Lion Air jet should have been grounded over a recurrent technical problem before its fatal journey, Indonesian authorities said Wednesday, as details from the new jet's flight data recorder suggested that pilots struggled to control its anti-stalling system.The preliminary crash report from Indonesia's transport safety agency also took aim at the budget carrier's poor safety culture, but did not pinpoint a cause of the October 29 accident, which killed all 189 people on board.A final report is not likely to be filed until next year.The Boeing 737 (...)
 
 
 
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