Indonesia to inspect planes after disaster
Indonesia ordered the inspection of all Boeing 737Max planes yesterday as rescue teams recovered more victims from a new Lion Air jet that plunged into the sea with 189 people on board. But the Transport Minister stopped short of grounding new models. On a dockside in Jakarta, officials separated human remains from plane debris and personal effects. The body parts will be sent to hospital for DNA testing. Flight JT610 crashed into the Java Sea moments after it requested to return to Jakarta on Monday. It lost altitude and vanished from radar 12 minutes after take-off.