Boeing 737 Plane Crash Carrying 62 People, Suspected Debris Found At Sea

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Srivijaya Airlines plane in Indonesia crashed into the sea on Saturday. British newspaper Daily Mail gave this information. It had 62 people, including seven children and six crew members. The aircraft lost contact with the control tower only after taking off from the airport. Debris of some electronic equipment has been seen in the sea. However, whether it is of the missing aircraft or not has not been officially confirmed yet.

The missing flight number of Srivijaya Air was SJ 182. The Boeing 737-500 class plane flew from Jakarta’s Sukarno-Hatta Airport. It lost contact with Air Traffic Control (ATC) just four minutes after takeoff. At that time the aircraft was at an altitude of 10 thousand feet. According to the flight watchdog website FlightRadar24, he has received indications of the plane coming down abruptly.

Search ship and rescue team sent to the accident site

The place where the aircraft has lost contact with ATC is the sea, so search ships, helicopters, and rescue teams have been sent to that place. According to reports, the aircraft was over 26 years old. It was purchased by Continental Airlines of the United States in 1994. From there it was bought by Srivijaya Airlines.

Chaos at the airport

The flight was diverted from Sukarno-Hatta Airport in Jakarta to Pontianak City Airport, but went missing midway. On receiving this information, the family of passengers reached Jakarta and Pontianak Airport. There was chaos at both airports. Family members were seen crying.

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