Indonesian rescue workers continue their recovery mission for the crashed Lion Air flight JT-610off West Java, Indonesia, on Wednesday. Photo: EPA
Indonesian rescue workers continue their recovery mission for the crashed Lion Air flight JT-610off West Java, Indonesia, on Wednesday. Photo: EPA
Aviation

Pilots warned Lion Air of airspeed fault on doomed plane on Sunday. It crashed on its next flight

  • The airline has revealed that crew said sensors used to calculate speed and altitude had malfunctioned on a flight from Bali on Sunday
  • The fault was reported and the sensors checked and given the all-clear by Lion Air, but the plane crashed on its very next flight, likely killing 189 people

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Indonesian rescue workers continue their recovery mission for the crashed Lion Air flight JT-610off West Java, Indonesia, on Wednesday. Photo: EPA
Indonesian rescue workers continue their recovery mission for the crashed Lion Air flight JT-610off West Java, Indonesia, on Wednesday. Photo: EPA
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