January 17 Indonesian officials said on the 16th that the U.S. investigation team has arrived in Indonesia and will investigate the crash of the Indonesian Airlines Boeing plane.
According to the Associated Press, a team from the National Transportation Safety Commission (KNKT) has arrived in Jakarta, Indonesia. The team includes representatives from the Federal Aviation Administration, Boeing and General Electric.
They will inspect some aircraft with the staff of the Singapore Traffic Safety Investigation Agency. Wreck.
The Indonesian government recently approved an exemption order allowing investigators of the National Transportation Safety Board to enter the country after issuing a COVID-19 travel ban ban on foreigners.
The National Transportation Safety Board of the United States has said that it will send several teams to investigate the cause of the crash of Indonesia’s Sanfoqi Airlines plane.
At present, at least two teams have been sent to collect pilot dialogue data.
On January 9th local time, a 26-year-old Boeing 737-500 of Indonesia’s Sanfoqi Airlines crashed shortly after take-off.
There were 62 people on board, including 56 passengers and 6 crew members.
The damage caused by the crash is second only to the 2018 Lion Air Indonesia Boeing 737MAX crash, which killed 189 crew and passengers.
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