Aircraft maker Boeing issued a statement on Monday as a Lion Air Boeing 737 carrying 188 passengers and crew crashed into the sea off Indonesia shortly after take-off from Jakarta.In its statement the company said, “The Indonesia Ministry of Transportation has confirmed it has located the wreckage of Lion Air Flight JT 610, a 737 MAX 8 en route from Jakarta to Pangkal Pinang.”“The Boeing Company is deeply saddened by the loss of Flight JT 610. We express our concern for those on board and extend heartfelt sympathies to their families and loved ones.“Boeing stands ready to provide technical assistance to the accident investigation. In accordance with the international protocol, all inquiries about aviation accident investigations must be directed to Indonesia’s National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC),” the statement added.
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