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Lion Air crash: Indonesia finds cockpit voice recorder 8 metres under seabed mud, remains of few victims in Java Sea

Firstpost Monday, 14 January 2019
The cockpit data recorder of Lion Air jet was recovered within days of the crash and showed that the jet's airspeed indicator had malfunctioned on its last four flights
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Indonesian authorities will download on Monday the contents of a cockpit voice recorder from a Lion Air jet that crashed more than two months ago, after it was retrieved from the sea near Jakarta. The crash killed all 189 people on board and was the world’s first of a Boeing Co 737 MAX jet and the...

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