Safety Official: Lion Air 737 Had Unreliable Airspeed Readings

An Indonesian safety official has confirmed the Lion Air aircraft that crashed on Oct. 29 had unreliable airspeed readings on its previous flight. According to Reuters, the official told a media conference that the unreliable readings were among the technical issues identified on the Boeing 737-8...

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