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The Indonesian National Transportation Safety Commission will present the final report on the Boeing 737 MAX 8 accident a year ago, Anggo Anurogo, spokesman for the institution, reported on Wednesday.
According to the spokesperson, it will be the relatives of the 189 victims of the tragedy who will first know the outcome of the investigation, which will be made public later, although it did not clarify the date.
The Boeing 737 Max 8 of the Indonesian airline Lion Air had entered service just a few months before falling to the Java Sea on October 29, 2018, only 13 minutes after taking off from Jakarta.
The preliminary report of the accident, published in November 2018, although it did not indicate any specific cause of the incident, posed as possible causes errors in the ship’s automatic stabilization system.
Then, in March 2019, the same aircraft model suffered another accident in Ethiopia that killed 157 people on board, which led to the suspension of the service of this aircraft.
The American aeronautical giant Boeing faces a series of lawsuits resulting from both catastrophes and had losses of 2 thousand 942 million dollars in the last quarter.