More details are emerging about problems with the previous day’s flight of the Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX 8 that crashed into the Java sea Oct. 29, according to wire reports. The aircraft—PK-LQP—flew from Bali to Jakarta the evening before the crash. The pilots on the aircraft during the Oct. 28 flight requested a return to the airport in Bali, Reuters reported, citing airport authorities. The pilots apparently gave the “pan-pan” radio alert that signifies ...

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