Indonesian investigators revealed in a report that there has been a lack of useful data in the 1997 crash of a SilkAir Boeing 737-300 that has made the investigation an almost impossible task. The National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) of Indonesia, which headed the investigation of SilkAir Flight 185 that crashed Dec. 19, 1997. The report, which was made available to The DAILY in Singapore, indicated that investigators could not explain how and why the accident happened due to ...
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