Lion Air This aircraft crashed as Flight 610, Sept 2018. Wikimedia Commons

The Jakarta Post-Nov 30

The much-awaited answer to the question of what caused Lion Air flight JT610 to fall into the Java Sea last month, killing 189 people on board, looks to have arrived, but it appears to have caused confusion. The National Transportation Safety Committee (KNKT) said on Wednesday that its investigation concluded that the Boeing 737 MAX was not airworthy because of problems in its key instruments. On Thursday, however, it retracted its statement, saying the aircraft was airworthy because the problems had been fixed.

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