Lion Air flight lacking after scheduled take off from Jakarta

SCREENSHOT: Twitter/Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, Crisis Center Penanganan Jatuhnya Pesawat Lion Air JT 610
A Lion Air Boeing 737 with 188 passengers on board, has crashed into the ocean shortly after take off from the Jakarta. This is what we know…
• Flight JT 610 was on a scheduled flight to Pangkal Pinang, the main city within the Bangka Belitung Islands. It departed Jakarta at 6.20am this morning.
New ought to have taken an hour but disappeared from radar thirteen minutes into the flight.
• It misplaced contact with Jakarta gourd management just a few minutes after take-off.
• The flight was final tracked crossing the ocean.
• There aren’t any reviews of any survivors or any bodies recovered at this stage.
• The airplane was a model new Boeing 737 MAX 8.
• The pilot had earlier requested to return to Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta airport. This from the top of Pangkal Pinang’s search and rescue workplace as told to the native news outlet Kompas.
• Debris has been spotted from an offshore oil rig. It has not been confirmed if that is from the missing plane at this stage..

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