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Indonesian Lion Air aircraft missing off Jakarta

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Heard it is MAX8 PK-LQP which just delivered to Lion Air August this year.

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Playback in FR shows that the MAX climbed up to over 5000feet then dropped. Playback stops when MAX reached altitude 3650feet upon entering Java Sea. JT610.

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ADSB-B data shows that the altitude was erratic the last 3 minutes with the aircraft falling/climbing/falling until the last transmission Also the speed accelerated until last transmission.

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ADSB-B data shows that the altitude was erratic the last 3 minutes with the aircraft falling/climbing/falling until the last transmission Also the speed accelerated until last transmission.

You are right Robert. Erratic upon reaching over 5000feet.

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Pardon my ignorance, but if all that is seen is debris - where is the plane? Sunken? Exploded?

 

Could be disintegrated on impact.

Edited by KK Lee

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It's always like that when an aircraft hits the water. Parts that are buoyant remain on the surface. Heavy parts sink. Oil slicks (jet fuel) also float.

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Taken from one of the forum: Bhavye Suneja, kapten pilot Lion Air JT-610, yang jatuh di perairan Tanjung Karawang, Jawa Barat, Senin pagi 29 Oktober 2018, diketahui sudah memiliki jam terbang lebih dari 6.000 jam terbang.

" Kapten pilot sudah memiliki jam terbang lebih dari 6.000 jam terbang dan copilot Harvino telah mempunyai jam terbang lebih dari 5.000 jam terbang, ujar Corporate Communications Strategic Lion Air, Danang Mandala Prihantoro dalam keterangan tertulis.

Selain Bhavye dan Harvino, enam awak kabin lainnya yang bertugas pada pesawat Lion Air yang jatuh itu adalah Shintia Melina, Citra Noivita Anggelia, Alviani Hidayatul Solikha, Damayanti Simarmata, Mery Yulianda, dan Deny Maula.

Danang menambahkan, Lion Air sangat prihatin dengan kejadian ini dan akan berkerjasama dengan instansi terkait serta semua pihak sehubungan dengan kejadian ini.

Terkait dengan kejadian ini Lion Air membuka crisis center di nomor telepon 021-80820000 dan untuk infomasi penumpang di nomor telpon 021-80820002. " Kami akan terus memberikan informasi terbaru sesuai perkembangan lebih lanjut" .


RIP Captain


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Edited by Shahridan Aziz

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Aircraft had a air turn back the previous day. Unreliable Airspeed. Captains instruments had a defect.

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Pardon my ignorance, but if all that is seen is debris - where is the plane? Sunken? Exploded?

More than likely disintegrated. The sad part is, this type of accident normally dont leave any survivors. :(

 

Hope the authority investigate this accident thoroughly and make amends to prevent this kind of accident from happening again.

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Airspeed indicator damaged on its last four flights and still they let it fly.

 

https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/lion-air-jet-had-damaged-airspeed-indicator-last-four-flights-10899664

The authorities need to do something with Lion Air. Highest incident and accident recorded in Indonesia.

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The authorities need to do something with Lion Air. Highest incident and accident recorded in Indonesia.

 

I hope their management and operations have nothing to do with Malindo?

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I hope their management and operations have nothing to do with Malindo?

Malindo is overseen by DCA/Mavcom - so they have to comply with Malaysian civil aviation regulations.

 

However, their aircraft is owned by the parent company - I am not sure what kind of maintenance arrangements they have. But it has been known that some Malindo aircraft do go for some work to be done at Batam.

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