Preliminary findings from Lion Air crash

“Lion Air must improve its safety culture and better document repair work on its planes, Indonesian investigators said Wednesday, in preliminary findings into last month’s crash that killed all 189 people on board.

The Boeing  737 Max was not in an airworthy condition even on its second-to-last flight, when pilots experienced similar problems with an automated anti-stall system to those on its doomed last journey.”

Previously: Indonesia to give report on deadly Lion Air crash (Nov. 27 2018)

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