Lion Air crash: Indonesia finds faults in two other Boeing 737-MAX jets after crash. Chilling find in the Lion Air investigation. More Here;

AUTHORITIES have made a chilling find in the Lion Air investigation – and it could have implications for flyers around the world.

INDONESIA’S transport ministry has found faults in two other Boeing 737-MAX 8 jets, including a cockpit indicator display problem which an analyst warned may be similar to one reported in the crashed Lion Air Jet.

The ministry said it is inspecting 10 of the newly released jets owned by Lion and flagship carrier Garuda, as authorities analyse data from a recovered black box that may help explain why flight JT610 plummeted into the Java Sea, killing 189 people on Monday.

Few details have been released, but the ministry said it had looked over half a dozen jets so far and discovered that one had a problem linked to its cockpit display while another had a glitch in a jet stabilisation system.

Both Lion-owned planes required new components, it said.

Source: Lion Air crash: Indonesia finds faults in two other Boeing 737-MAX jets after crash | PerthNow