Indonesian officials appear confident the location of the main part of the fuselage from the Oct. 29 Lion Air flight JT610 crash has been found, as the search for wreckage continued for a third day on Oct. 31. Indonesian military chief Hadi Tjahjanto told local media “pings” were detected by scanning devices, indicating the possible coordinates of the fuselage and the cockpit voice and flight data recorders. Personnel and equipment were dispatched to the location. An ...

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