Indonesia's National Transport Safety Committee determined that the fatal Adam Air 737-400 crash on Jan. 1, 2007, was caused by pilot error and faulty navigation equipment. All 96 passengers and six crew were killed when the aircraft plunged into the ocean. "The [CVR] revealed that both pilots were concerned about navigation problems and subsequently became engrossed with troubleshooting. . .Inertial Reference System anomalies for at least the last 13 min. of the flight, with minimal regard ...

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