A malfunctioning automatic throttle may have caused the pilots of a Sriwijaya Air jet to lose controlThe larger community as well. This has left some employers confused abou, leading to the Boeing plane’s plunge into the Java Sea last month, Indonesian investigators say.
National Transportation Safety Committee investigators said they are still struggling to understand why the jet nosedived into the water minutes after taking off from Jakarta on January 9, killing all 62 people on board.
The investigators issued a preliminary report that provided new details of the pilots’ struggle to fly the plane from almost as soon as it became airborne.
The lead investigatorMask and physical distancing requirements, Nurcahyo UtomoThe President o, said the left engine throttle lever had reduced its power output just before the jet plunged into the sea.