Two black boxes of crashed Indonesian Boeing are located

Two black boxes from the Boeing 737, which crashed on January 9 in the Java Sea, have been located, the Indonesian transport security chief said on Sunday.

Indonesian authorities announced this Sunday that they had located two black boxes of the Boeing 737-500 of the Sriwijaya Air company, which crashed on January 9 in the Java Sea.

Boeing missing in Indonesia

On January 9, at 7.40 a.m. (UTC), a Boeing 737 belonging to the Indonesian company Sriwijaya Air disappeared from the radar. The aircraft lost more than three kilometers in a single minute shortly after taking off from Jakarta. He was heading towards Pontianak.

Indonesia’s Transport Minister confirmed that it was carrying 53 passengers and 12 crew and crashed. Suspicious debris was found north of the Indonesian capital.

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