Sriwijaya Air SJ 182 Aircraft from Jakarta to Pontianak Crashed in the Kepulauan Seribu
The report circulated among the WhatsApp group which stated that the Sriwijaya plane with flight number SJ182 lost contact while flying from Soekarno.
TRIBUNBATAM.id - The Sriwijaya Air plane reportedly lost contact, Saturday (9/1/2021).
The report circulated among the WhatsApp group which stated that the Sriwijaya plane with flight number SJ182 lost contact while flying from Soekarno Hatta Airport to Pontianak Soepadio Airport, on Saturday (9/1/2021), afternoon.
The Boeing 737-500 aircraft with PK-CLC registration lost contact at around 14:40 WIB.
The aircraft could not be reached as it ascended from an altitude of 11,000 feet towards 13,000 around the Kepulauan Seribu.
Currently, Tribunnews continues to try to contact related parties regarding this news.
The latest information, the plane crashed on Laki Island.
The Sriwijaya Air plane with the Jakarta-Pontianak route was declared lost contact. This news was revealed by the spokesperson for the Ministry of Transportation, Adita Irawati.
"There has been a lost contact with the Sriwijaya plane on the Jakarta-Pontianak route with a SJY 182 call sign. The last contact was at 14:40 WIB," Adita told Kompas.com, Saturday (9/1/2021).
Adita said, currently, the investigation process is still being carried out and her party is also coordinating with the National Search and Rescue Agency (Basarnas) and the National Transportation Safety Committee (KNKT).
"We will provide further information if there are other developments," she said. (*)
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