Distraught family members of the crashed Indonesian Lion Air JT-610 seen at Pangkal Pinang airport on October 29, 2018. Photo: AFPDistraught family members of the crashed Indonesian Lion Air JT-610 seen at Pangkal Pinang airport on October 29, 2018. Photo: AFP
Distraught family members of the crashed Indonesian Lion Air JT-610 seen at Pangkal Pinang airport on October 29, 2018. Photo: AFP

Families of Lion Air crash victims ask why Boeing 737 MAX not grounded before deadly Ethiopian Airlines accident

  • Since the tragedy in Ethiopia, deliveries of Boeing’s bestselling 737 MAX jets have been halted and the company’s shares have fallen nearly 13 per cent
  • Aviation experts have noted eerie similarities between Sunday’s accident and the crash of the same model of plane in Indonesia in October

Topic |   Indonesia
Distraught family members of the crashed Indonesian Lion Air JT-610 seen at Pangkal Pinang airport on October 29, 2018. Photo: AFPDistraught family members of the crashed Indonesian Lion Air JT-610 seen at Pangkal Pinang airport on October 29, 2018. Photo: AFP
Distraught family members of the crashed Indonesian Lion Air JT-610 seen at Pangkal Pinang airport on October 29, 2018. Photo: AFP
READ FULL ARTICLE
Close
We need your support

Advertising helps us continue to provide quality content. Help support us by disabling your adblocker on our site.

How to whitelist us:
  1. 1
    Click on the AdBlock icon at the top right corner of your browser.
    For iOS, go to Settings/Safari/Content Blockers and turn it off.

    For Android, go to your Ad blocker app/Settings and turn it off.
  2. 2
    Click Enabled on this site until the text reads Disabled on this site.
  3. 2
    Click the cross icon on the top right corner to close this window and refresh the page.
  4. 3
    Click the cross icon on the top right corner to close this window and refresh the page.