The plane carrying more than 50 passengers disappeared a few minutes after taking off from Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia
An Indonesian Boeing 737 passenger plane Srivijaya Air (Sriwijaya Air), disappeared from radar a few minutes after taking off from Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, carrying more than 50 passengers.
The plane was on its way to Clementon County, in the west of the country, when it lost contact with the control tower. The airline said the incident is under investigation and details will be provided later. Srivijaya Air is the third largest airline in Indonesia to operate a fleet of narrow-body aircraft. Most of its destinations are within the country and a few international destinations. The company is owned by the airline Garuda Indonesia Through the subsidiary Citilink.
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