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The Sriwijaya Air crash must lead to improvements in aviation safety. There must be no relaxation of regulations that could put safety at risk.
Volunteer diver from POSSI, Simon Boyke Sinaga, recalls his experience being involved in the evacuation of the crashed Sriwijaya Air flight SJ182.
DPR Commission V planned to summon leaders of airliners Garuda Indonesia, Sriwijaya Air, and Lion Air next week for a hearing meeting.
Air Transportation DG ensured the follow-up of recommendations on the Lion Air JT 610 crash investigation result by KNKT would complete in 3 months.
Lion Air Group President Director Edward Sirait announced that Boeing had paid US$50 billion to compensate victims families of 737-8 MAX jet crashes.
Boeing CEO admitted that it made mistakes in the development of the 737 MAX aircraft that led to Ethiopian Airlines 302 and Lion Air JT 610 crushes.
Families of Lion Air JT610 crash victims have objected to Boeing Co's request to move the crash trial from the United States to Indonesia.
As many as 24 victim's families of the Lion Air JT610 crash sent a demand letter to Lion AIr and its partner companies to pay fair compensation.
Indonesia will deploy two representatives to join the investigation on Ethiopian Airlines' Boeing 737 Max 8 crash in Ethiopia next week.
KNKT is eyeing on finishing the final investigation report of the Lion Air flight JT 610 crash in August or September of 2019.
The National Transportation Safety Committee (KNKT) head Soerjanto Tjahjono underlined that no other institution having Lion Air JT 610 CVR.
French air accident investigation agency BEA say the flight data recorder in the Ethiopian crash showed "clear similarities" to the Lion Air disaster.
Transportation Ministry gave a response to the supposedly leaked audio recording believed to be from Lion Air flight JT 610's cockpit voice recorder.
National Transportation Safety Committee (KNKT) does not plan to provide a public update on the contents of the CVR of crashed Lion Air JT 610.
The Indonesian Navy successfully recovered the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) belonging to the ill-fated Lion Air flight JT 610.
Low-cost carrier Lion Air allocated Rp38 billion to continue the search for victims of Boeing 737 Max 8 JT 610 that crashed in the Karawang waters.