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Lion Air Crash: Jet Had Problems With Airspeed Indicator On Last Four Flights

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Lion Air Crash: Jet Had Problems With Airspeed Indicator On Last Four Flights

A passenger jet that crashed into the ocean close Indonesia a week ago had an airspeed indicator problem on its last four flights, authorities say. 

The harm to the gadget, which tells pilots how quick their planes are voyaging, was uncovered after the recuperation of a "black box" recorder. 

Lion Air flight JT 610, conveying 189 individuals, crashed not long after subsequent to taking off from Jakarta, the Indonesian capital. 

Irate relatives faced Indonesian authorities at a gathering on Monday. 

They needed to know why the plane was permitted to fly and requested there be no eased up in recuperation endeavors. The reason for the accident is as yet indistinct. 

"We are the victims here. Imagine if you were in our position," said Najib Fuquoni, a relative of an unfortunate casualty. 

At a certain point, families requested that Lion Air's author, Rusdi Kirana, who went to the gathering, hold up. 

He didn't talk yet caught his hands in petition and bowed his head.By Theo Leggett, BBC universal business journalist 

The recommendation that the Lion Air plane had a damaged airspeed indicator is a huge improvement. The flying machine's whimsical conduct amid its last flight, and reports of an issue amid a past voyage, had just provoked theory this could have been an issue.

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