According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, Transport Ministry official Polana Pramesti said that Indonesia plans to send a flight inspector and an official from its transport safety agency to Ethiopia to assist with the investigation of Sunday's Boeing 737 MAX 8 crash. Last October, the same Boeing model operated by Lion Air crashed just 13 minutes after take-off from the Indonesian capital of Jakarta, killing all 189 on board. Pramesti said that Indonesia intends to “gather accurate information regarding the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft as well as helping the investigation process."


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