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Crashed Lion Air jet ‘black box’: 4 of its flights had airspeed gauge hitches

/ 06:22 PM November 05, 2018
Officials show part of the ill-fated Lion Air flight JT 610's black box, an FDR (flight data recorder), after it was recovered from the Java Sea, during search operations in the waters off Karawang on November 1, 2018. - One black box from the crashed Lion Air jet has been recovered, the head of Indonesia's National Transportation Safety Committee said on November 1, which could be critical to establishing why the brand new plane fell out of the sky. (Photo by Pradita UTAMA / AFP)

Officials show part of the ill-fated Lion Air flight JT 610’s black box, an FDR (flight data recorder), after it was recovered from the Java Sea, during search operations in the waters off Karawang on November 1, 2018.  One black box from the crashed Lion Air jet has been recovered, the head of Indonesia’s National Transportation Safety Committee said on November 1, which could be critical to establishing why the brand new plane fell out of the sky. (Photo by Pradita UTAMA / AFP)

JAKARTA — An Indonesian investigator said the “black box” of the ill-fated Lion Air jet showed that four of its flights had problems with airspeed indicator.  /kga

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