Aircraft crashed in Indonesia did not fly for nine months

Indonesia’s Ministry of Transport said the Srivijaya air jet did not fly for nearly nine months last year, as air travel was severely curtailed due to the coronovirus epidemic, as search teams pulled one of the plane’s so-called black boxes Had taken. Java Sea.

The ministry said that the Boeing Company 737-500 had been inspected and declared airworth before resuming flight operations.

A few minutes after taking off from the country’s capital Jakarta, an Indonesian cargo plane with 62 people went down. Divers and search crews, battling with sharp debris and low underwater visibility, managed to recover the plane’s flight-data recorder on Tuesday, causing the SJ182 to crash.

The Ministry of Transport said that Indonesia ceased operating in late March, weeks after it announced its first Kovid-19 case. The aircraft started flying again on 19 December, after the inspection was approved by the Directorate General of Air Transport, the Ministry of Aircraft.

The ministry said its first flight after a long flight was not about passengers and was non-commercial. 22 and a half before the plane crash, 2 before the week started flying with passengers. The ministry said that the certificate of qualification of the aircraft from the Ministry of Transport is valid till 17 December 2021.


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