Boeing and US National Transportation Safety Board officials have joined the Indonesian team in sifting through twisted metal plane parts and piles of passengers’ torn clothing, shoes, wallets and phones. Photo: AFP

Passengers’ belongings scattered among the debris and twisted metal recovered after Lion Air crash

  • The accident, which killed 189 people, has resurrected concerns about Indonesia’s poor air safety record, which led to bans from EU and US airspace
  • Transport ministry says it has found ‘minor’ faults in two other Boeing 737-MAX 8 jets
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Boeing and US National Transportation Safety Board officials have joined the Indonesian team in sifting through twisted metal plane parts and piles of passengers’ torn clothing, shoes, wallets and phones. Photo: AFP
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