The Indonesian plane's commander asked to return to the airport due to technical fault

The Indonesian plane's commander asked to return to the airport due to technical fault
    The Indonesian plane's commander asked to return to the airport due to technical fault
    The Indonesian plane's commander asked to return to the airport due to technical fault, The airline's chief executive, whose passenger plane crashed in Indonesia on Monday morning, 13 minutes after taking off, said the pilot had asked to return to Jakarta International Airport because of an unknown technical defect.

    "Our pilot has acted according to the procedure, and when he noticed the problem of getting back to the airport, we do not know how it ended," said Lyon Air Chief Executive Edward Ceret.

    The plane, a Boeing 737 (Max 8), underwent technical repair before it launched on Monday, said Seret.

    A passenger plane belonging to the Indonesian airline Leon Air crashed in the sea during a flight from the capital Jakarta to the city of Bancal Penang on the island of Sumatra on Monday morning, the Indonesian search and rescue agency said.
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