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.