Rabu, 12 Desember 2018

An Indonesian navy soldier jumps to dive at the location of the Lion Air flight JT610 crash off the north coast of Karawang regency, West Java province, Indonesia, October 30, 2018. Indonesia deployed divers on Tuesday to search for an airliner that crashed with 189 people on board, as "pinger locators" tried to zero in on its cockpit recorders and find out why an almost-new plane went down in the sea minutes after take-off. REUTERS/Beawiharta

Divers leave to make a dive at a search area for Lion Air flight JT610 in Karawang waters, Indonesia, October 31, 2018. Indonesia, one of the world's fastest-growing aviation markets, has a patchy safety record. With the now almost certain prospect of all on board having died, the crash is set to rank as its second-worst air disaster. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Indonesian navy soldiers prepare to dive at the location of the Lion Air flight JT610 crash off the north coast of Karawang regency, West Java province, Indonesia, October 30, 2018. Ground staff lost contact with flight JT610 of budget airline Lion Air 13 minutes after the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft took off early on Monday from the airport in Jakarta, the capital, on its way to the tin-mining town of Pangkal Pinang. REUTERS/Beawiharta

An Indonesian navy soldier jumps to dive at the location of the Lion Air flight JT610 crash off the north coast of Karawang regency, West Java province, Indonesia, October 30, 2018. Dozens of relatives of those on board gathered at a police hospital where body bags were brought for forensic doctors to try to identify victims, including by taking saliva swabs from family members for DNA tests. REUTERS/Beawiharta

An Indonesian navy soldier is seen after diving at the location of the Lion Air flight JT610 crash off the north coast of Karawang regency, West Java province, Indonesia, October 30, 2018. Indonesia deployed divers on Tuesday to search for an airliner that crashed with 189 people on board, as "pinger locators" tried to zero in on its cockpit recorders and find out why an almost-new plane went down in the sea minutes after take-off. REUTERS/Beawiharta

Rescue team members prepare to dive near the location of the Lion Air flight JT610 crash during rescue operations off the north coast of Karawang regency, West Java province, Indonesia, October 30, 2018. Indonesia deployed divers on Tuesday to search for an airliner that crashed with 189 people on board, as "pinger locators" tried to zero in on its cockpit recorders and find out why an almost-new plane went down in the sea minutes after take-off. REUTERS/Beawiharta