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Lion Air tragedy: Indonesian passenger plane crashes into sea off Jakarta

October 29, 13:05 UTC+3

Indonesian Lion Air jet crashed after takeoff from Jakarta

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Indonesian rescuers evacuating parts from a crashed Lion Air passenger plane in waters off Tanjung Karawang, Indonesia
Indonesian rescuers evacuating parts from a crashed Lion Air passenger plane in waters off Tanjung Karawang, Indonesia
Indonesian rescuers evacuating parts from a crashed Lion Air passenger plane in waters off Tanjung Karawang, Indonesia
© EPA-EFE/BASARNAS
According to media reports on October 29, Lion Air flight JT-610 lost contact with air traffic controllers soon after takeoff, then crashed into the sea
According to media reports on October 29, Lion Air flight JT-610 lost contact with air traffic controllers soon after takeoff, then crashed into the sea
According to media reports on October 29, Lion Air flight JT-610 lost contact with air traffic controllers soon after takeoff, then crashed into the sea
© EPA-EFE/BASARNAS
Lion Air flight JT-610 was en route to Pangkalpinang, and reportedly had 189 people onboard
Lion Air flight JT-610 was en route to Pangkalpinang, and reportedly had 189 people onboard
Lion Air flight JT-610 was en route to Pangkalpinang, and reportedly had 189 people onboard
© EPA-EFE/BAGUS INDAHONO
Indonesian rescue team members collecting the remains of the crashed plane at Tanjung Priok Harbour
Indonesian rescue team members collecting the remains of the crashed plane at Tanjung Priok Harbour
Indonesian rescue team members collecting the remains of the crashed plane at Tanjung Priok Harbour
© EPA-EFE/BAGUS INDAHONO
Indonesian rescue team members collecting the remains of the crashed plane at Tanjung Priok Harbour
Indonesian rescue team members collecting the remains of the crashed plane at Tanjung Priok Harbour
Indonesian rescue team members collecting the remains of the crashed plane at Tanjung Priok Harbour
© EPA-EFE/BAGUS INDAHONO
Indonesian rescue team members prepare ambulances at Tanjung Priok Harbour
Indonesian rescue team members prepare ambulances at Tanjung Priok Harbour
Indonesian rescue team members prepare ambulances at Tanjung Priok Harbour
© EPA-EFE/BAGUS INDAHONO
Relatives of the plane crash victims cry as they wait for the news at the airport in Pangkalpinang, Indonesia
Relatives of the plane crash victims cry as they wait for the news at the airport in Pangkalpinang, Indonesia
Relatives of the plane crash victims cry as they wait for the news at the airport in Pangkalpinang, Indonesia
© EPA-EFE/HADI SUTRISNO
A member of an Indonesian rescue team conducting a briefing on handling the evacuation process of the plane crash victims at Tanjung Priok Harbour
A member of an Indonesian rescue team conducting a briefing on handling the evacuation process of the plane crash victims at Tanjung Priok Harbour
A member of an Indonesian rescue team conducting a briefing on handling the evacuation process of the plane crash victims at Tanjung Priok Harbour
© EPA-EFE/BAGUS INDAHONO
Relatives of the plane crash victims
Relatives of the plane crash victims
Relatives of the plane crash victims
© EPA-EFE/EPA-EFE/MAST IRHAM
Lion Air passenger jet parked on the tarmac at Juanda International Airport in Surabaya, Indonesia, October 29, 2018
Lion Air passenger jet parked on the tarmac at Juanda International Airport in Surabaya, Indonesia, October 29, 2018
Lion Air passenger jet parked on the tarmac at Juanda International Airport in Surabaya, Indonesia, October 29, 2018
© AP Photo/Trisnadi, File
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Indonesian rescuers evacuating parts from a crashed Lion Air passenger plane in waters off Tanjung Karawang, Indonesia
© EPA-EFE/BASARNAS
According to media reports on October 29, Lion Air flight JT-610 lost contact with air traffic controllers soon after takeoff, then crashed into the sea
© EPA-EFE/BASARNAS
Lion Air flight JT-610 was en route to Pangkalpinang, and reportedly had 189 people onboard
© EPA-EFE/BAGUS INDAHONO
Indonesian rescue team members collecting the remains of the crashed plane at Tanjung Priok Harbour
© EPA-EFE/BAGUS INDAHONO
Indonesian rescue team members collecting the remains of the crashed plane at Tanjung Priok Harbour
© EPA-EFE/BAGUS INDAHONO
Indonesian rescue team members prepare ambulances at Tanjung Priok Harbour
© EPA-EFE/BAGUS INDAHONO
Relatives of the plane crash victims cry as they wait for the news at the airport in Pangkalpinang, Indonesia
© EPA-EFE/HADI SUTRISNO
A member of an Indonesian rescue team conducting a briefing on handling the evacuation process of the plane crash victims at Tanjung Priok Harbour
© EPA-EFE/BAGUS INDAHONO
Relatives of the plane crash victims
© EPA-EFE/EPA-EFE/MAST IRHAM
Lion Air passenger jet parked on the tarmac at Juanda International Airport in Surabaya, Indonesia, October 29, 2018
© AP Photo/Trisnadi, File

A Boeing 737 Max 8 plane belonging to Indonesia’s Lion Air crashed about 13 minutes after taking off from Jakarta airport. Lion Air flight JT-610 lost contact with air traffic controllers soon after becoming airborne. The flight was en route to Pangkalpinang, and reportedly had 189 people onboard. See the images of search operation at the crash site.

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