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India urges training to replicate Lion Air crash for Boeing pilots

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An Indonesian Lion Air 737 MAX passenger jet flying to Jakarta from Bali crashed on Oct. 29, killing all 189 people on board. (www.reuters.com) More...

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Budlake
Mike Monk 2
It was not flying to Jakarta but from Jakarta.
The aircraft had arrived the previous day from Bali during which it had experienced problems that were supposedly repaired.
That remains to be seen.
The accident suggests that the repairs were not made, or were not made correctly, or the problem was not diagnosed correctly.
It also puts into question the training of the two crew members

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