No Vietnamese on Indonesia's Lion Air Flight JT-610
16:20 | 29/10/2018

VGP – There is no information about a Vietnamese on Indonesia's Lion Air Flight JT-610, which crashed into the sea after taking off from Jakarta, Indonesia on October 29. 

Right after receiving the information about the aircraft accident, the Vietnamese Embassy in Indonesia coordinated with other local functional agencies to identify whether any Vietnamese on the aircraft. 

Tribunsumsel.com and some local websites announced the list of passengers on the aircraft. According to the list, there is no name like Vietnamese name. 

A Lion Air flight with 189 people on board crashed into the sea moments after taking off from Indonesia's capital early Monday. The airliner said it had lost contact with Flight JT-610 and Indonesia's search and rescue agency posted images of debris it has found from the Boeing 737 Max 8 plane that went down in the waters off West Java. 

There was no immediate word of any survivors and the aircraft is believed to have sunk after it crashed, according to the cbsnews.com

By Thuy Dung



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