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New Questions Swirl Over Boeing on Updated 737 Model That Crashed

By HANNAH BEECH, HIROKO TABUCHI, JAMES GLANZ and ZACH WICHTER

The airplane manufacturer did not provide airlines and pilots with full information about a new emergency system on the plane.

What We Know About the Lion Air Flight 610 Crash

By MEGAN SPECIA

The new plane’s automated systems may have played a role, but the precise cause remains unknown.

At Doomed Flight’s Helm, Pilots May Have Been Overwhelmed in Seconds

By HANNAH BEECH and KEITH BRADSHER

As American and Indonesian investigators puzzle through clues of troubles that befell Flight 610, they are finding not a single lapse but a cascade of issues.

In Indonesia Plane Crash Inquiry, New Focus on Possible Aircraft Problems

By HANNAH BEECH and KEITH BRADSHER

The plane had experienced problems before Lion Air Flight 610 crashed. Officials are investigating whether fault lies with human error, technical flaws or both.

Crashed Lion Air Plane Was Cleared to Fly Four Times Despite Problems

By HANNAH BEECH

Investigators are focusing on both malfunctioning airspeed indicators and institutional failures at the company.

Black Box From Lion Air Crash Is Recovered After β€˜Desperate’ Search

By HANNAH BEECH and MUKTITA SUHARTONO

Indonesian divers pulled a flight recorder from the Java Sea, raising hopes of learning what caused Lion Air Flight 610 to crash with 189 people on board.

Divers Zero in on Black Boxes From Indonesia Plane Crash

By HANNAH BEECH, KEITH BRADSHER and MUKTITA SUHARTONO

Locator beacon signals allowed investigators to narrow down the location of the data recorders, but recovering them could be a challenge.

Indonesia Plane Crash Leaves Experts Puzzled

By HANNAH BEECH

Investigators want to know if there was a problem with Boeing’s new, best-selling jet, or if this was another case of lax aviation safety in Indonesia.

Did a Small Metal Tube Bring Down an Indonesian Airliner?

By RUSSELL GOLDMAN

As teams search for Lion Air Flight 610’s black boxes, experts speculate that a faulty pitot tube, used for measuring airspeed, may have contributed to the crash.

How Safe Is Your Airline?

By ELAINE GLUSAC

The United States and the European Union evaluate the aviation safety standards of countries and their airlines. Here’s where to find that information before you book.

Rescue Official Believes β€˜No One Survived’ Indonesia Jet Crash

Lion Air Flight 610, which was carrying 189 people, crashed into the Java Sea near Indonesia shortly after taking off from Jakarta on Monday.

Indonesia Plane Crash Adds to Country’s Troubling Safety Record

By MUKTITA SUHARTONO and HANNAH BEECH

A brand-new plane flying in clear skies crashed shortly after takeoff, and 189 people were feared dead.

On Soccer: Dread, Then Grief, Engulfs Leicester After Owner’s Helicopter Crash

By RORY SMITH

A day after Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha died in a crash outside Leicester City’s stadium, fans gathered to pay tribute to a man known for his generosity.

On Soccer: Dread, Then Grief, Engulfs Leicester After Owner’s Helicopter Crash

By RORY SMITH

A day after Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha died in a crash outside Leicester City’s stadium, fans gathered to pay tribute to a man known for his generosity.

English Soccer Team Owner’s Helicopter Crashes After Game

By RORY SMITH

Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, a billionaire Thai businessman, bought the Leicester City team in 2010. He regularly leaves games by helicopter, but the authorities did not confirm he was on board Saturday.

English Soccer Team Owner’s Helicopter Crashes After Game

By RORY SMITH

Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, a billionaire Thai businessman, bought the Leicester City team in 2010. He regularly leaves games by helicopter, but the authorities did not confirm he was on board Saturday.

The Week in Tech: Fears of the Supply Chain in China

By PAUL MOZUR

For a week now, people have been buzzing about an article that sounded as if it had come from a high-tech spy thriller. Does it point to larger problems?

Richard Russell Stole a Plane in Seattle and Crashed It. How’d He Learn to Fly?

By LOUIS LUCERO II and MELISSA GOMEZ

Flight instructors and aviation experts were split on whether video games and simulations could prepare someone to operate a real plane.

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