Lion Air Flight 610 crash on October 29t

Lion Air Flight 610 crash on October 29th, 2018, this dream from October 26th, 2018 is without a doubt related! I will be posting more soon as to why and how this happened.
Lion Air Flight 610
Lion Air Boeing 737-MAX8

29 October 2018
Summary Crashed into the ocean shortly after takeoff
Site Java Sea, off the coast of Karawang, Indonesia
5°46′15″S 107°07′16″ECoordinates: 5°46′15″S 107°07′16″E
Aircraft type Boeing 737 MAX 8
Operator Lion Air
IATA flight No. JT610
ICAO flight No. LNI610
Callsign LION INTER 610
Registration PK-LQP
Flight origin Soekarno–Hatta International Airport
Jakarta, Indonesia
Destination Depati Amir Airport
Pangkal Pinang, Indonesia
Passengers 181
Crew 8
Fatalities 189 (all; presumed)1
Survivors 0
Lion Air Flight 610 was a scheduled domestic passenger flight operated by Indonesian airline Lion Air from Soekarno–Hatta International Airport in Jakarta to Depati Amir Airport in Pangkal Pinang. On 29 October 2018, the aircraft operating the flight, a Boeing 737 MAX 8, crashed 13 minutes after takeoff.23 Wreckage from the aircraft was found in the Java Sea, off the coast of Java.4 Officials have preliminarily concluded that all 189 passengers and crew are dead, based on body parts and debris found so far.5
The aircraft involved was a Boeing 737 MAX 8, registration PK-LQP, manufacturer’s serial number 43000, line number 7058, powered by two CFM International LEAP engines.6 It had been delivered brand new to Lion Air on 13 August 2018 and flown to Indonesia two months before the accident.7 At the time of the accident, the aircraft had flown about 800 hours in service.8 This is the first accident involving a 737 MAX since the type’s entry into service in 2017.9
According to Indonesian officials, there were 189 people on board the aircraft: 181 passengers (178 adults and three children), as well as six cabin crew and two pilots.

Lion Air identified the flight’s captain as an Indian national who had flown for the airline for more than seven years and had logged about 6,000 hours of flight time, with his Indonesian co-pilot who had logged about 5,000 hours of flight time.4

Several government employees, state officials, regional parliament members, public attorneys, and judges were reported on board the aircraft by their respective government agencies and state institutions.10 Twenty Ministry of Finance employees,11 ten Audit Board of Indonesia employees,12 two auditors from the Finance and Development Inspection Agency,13 seven Bangka Belitung Regional People’s Representative Council members,14 three public attorneys,15 and three judges of Indonesia’s High Court and National Court16 were among the passengers. There were two confirmed foreigners among those on board: the pilot from India and an Italian citizen, former professional cyclist Andrea Manfredi.5
The flight took off from Jakarta on 29 October 2018 at 6:20 a.m local time (28 October 2018, 23:20 UTC) and was scheduled to arrive at Depati Amir Airport in Pangkal Pinang at 7:20 a.m.17 It took off in a westward direction before circling around to a northeasterly heading, which it held until crashing offshore at about 6:33 a.m. northeast of Jakarta in waters estimated to be up to 35 meters (115 ft) deep.18 The aircraft reached a maximum altitude of about 5,000 feet (1,500 m) before descending and climbing several times until its final transmission showed it at an altitude of about 3,650 feet (1,110 m) with a speed of 345 knots (397 mph).11 According to an official at Pangkal Pinang’s search and rescue office, the flight crew had requested clearance to return to the Jakarta airport at some point during the flight.19 The accident site was located 34 nautical miles (63 km) off the coast of the Karawang Regency on the island of Java.20
Indonesian Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani comforting one of the next of kin. At least 20 people from her ministry were killed in the crash.
A search and rescue operation was deployed by the Indonesian National Search and Rescue Agency (Basarnas), with assistance from the Indonesian Air Force.21 Basarnas dispatched about 150 people in boats and helicopters to the site of the accident.18 Civilian vessels also responded to the reports of a downed aircraft, and the crew of a tugboat reported to authorities in Tanjung Priok that they had witnessed an aircraft crash at 6:45 a.m. and located debris in the water at 7:15 a.m.1722 Debris believed to be from the aircraft was found near an offshore refinery near the accident site.23
A spokesperson for the agency confirmed to reporters that the aircraft had crashed,22 though as of about 9:00 a.m. a Tanjung Priok official said that no information had emerged about the condition of the people on board.24 Muhammad Syaugi, head of Basarnas, later confirmed that there had been casualties, without specifying a number.18
The Chief Executive Officer of Lion Air, Edward Sirait, said the same aircraft had reported a “technical issue” on Sunday night but had been cleared to fly on Monday. He said he would not ground the other MAX 8 aircraft in Lion Air’s fleet.1125


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