Rabu, 12 Desember 2018

A rescue ship is seen 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. Indonesian search and rescue workers believe an underwater "pinging" sound they have detected is from the black box of a passenger jet that crashed into the sea with 189 people on board, the country's military chief said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Beawiharta

An Indonesian rescue ship is seen at 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. Ground staff lost touch with flight JT610 of Indonesian budget airline Lion Air 13 minutes after the Boeing 737 MAX 8 took off early on Monday from Jakarta, on its way to the tin-mining town of Pangkal Pinang. REUTERS/Beawiharta

Search and rescue vessels are pictured at a search area for Lion Air flight JT610 in Karawang waters, Indonesia, October 31, 2018. Search and rescue agency chief Muhammad Syaugi said the current was so strong it had shifted a large ship, while efforts were further complicated because of oil and gas pipelines in the vicinity. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A rescue ship is seen 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. Syaugi said he believed the fuselage was located 400 metres north west of where the plane had lost contact at a depth of 32 metres. If found, the fuselage would be lifted using a crane, because many bodies were likely to be trapped inside, he added. REUTERS/Beawiharta

Divers prepare to set out for a search, days after Indonesia's Lion Air flight JT610 crashed into the sea, in this image obtained from social media on October 31, 2018. The accident is the first to be reported involving the widely sold Boeing 737 MAX, an updated, more fuel-efficient version of the manufacturer's single-aisle jet. Courtesy of BASARNAS/Social Media via REUTERS

Search and rescue vessels are pictured at a search area for Lion Air flight JT610 in Karawang waters, Indonesia, October 31, 2018. The plane's black boxes, as the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder are known, should help explain why the almost-new jet went down minutes after take-off. REUTERS/Edgar Su