Daily Archives: March 10, 2019

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Citizens Enjoy Car Free Day Along Jalan Gajah Mada – Hayam Wuruk

In this beautiful Sunday morning, West Jakarta residents flock the car free day along Jalan Gajah Mada – Hayam Wuruk.

” This is the second time held and aims to make the body healthy, fit and to make a gathering place between residents with apparatus”

Various activities are conducted such as, gymnastics, running, walking and cycling, enjoying music on the main stage, and checking health for free.

As experienced by Parlin (45), a citizen of Jembatan Lima, West Jakarta. He comes with riding a bicycle from his residence to the location to exercise and enjoy the holiday.

“I do this routinely when this event is held here, either at HI Roundabout or Kota Tua area,” he told.

Then, Martinah (40), a citizen of Krukut Urban Village, Taman Sari, uses this moment to exercise.

“While exercising, I also enjoy a free health medical-check up here,” she expressed.

In the meantime, West Jakarta Secretary, Eldi Andi explained that this event is held on the second week of every month.

“This is the second time held and aims to make the body healthy, fit and to make a gathering place between residents with apparatus,” he stated.

Source: Berita Jakarta

Ethiopian Airline Flight Crashes, Killing 157

An Ethiopian Airlines flight from Addis Ababa crashed shortly after takeoff Sunday morning, killing all 157 people onboard.

The state-run Ethiopia Broadcasting Corporation said the flight that went down near the city of Bishoftu carried passengers from at least 33 countries.

Thirty-two Kenyans, eighteen Canadians, nine Ethiopians, and eight Americans were among those killed. A number of United Nations staff were also among the victims.

“The Secretary-General was deeply saddened at the tragic loss of lives in the airplane crash today near Addis Ababa,” United Nations Secretary General spokesman Stephane Dujarric said in a statement.

“He conveys his heartfelt sympathies and solidarity to the victims’ families and loved ones, including those of United Nations staff members, as well as sincere condolences to the Government and people of Ethiopia,” the statement read, adding that the U.N. is in contact with Ethiopian authorities to “establish the details” of its employees who perished in the crash.

Ethiopian Airlines said the flight lost contact with Bole International Airport just six minutes after it took off Sunday morning at 8:38 am local time.

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said in a Twitter statement: “The Office of the PM, on behalf of the Government and people of Ethiopia, would like to express it’s deepest condolences to the families of those that have lost their loved ones on Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 on regular scheduled flight to Nairobi, Kenya this morning.”

The Boeing 737- MAX 8 was a new jet, delivered to the airline in November, according to the Planespotters civil aviation database.

“The aircraft is very new…and the pilot was very experienced,” Afrat Begashaw, spokesperson for the Ethiopian Airlines, told VOA, adding that any current explanation of why the plane crashed is “just speculation”.

Boeing issued a one-line statement Sunday, saying “Boeing is aware of reports of an airplane accident and is closely monitoring the situation.”

Flightradar 24 posted on Twitter that the “vertical speed” of the Ethiopian aircraft “was unstable after take off.”

The Boeing 737- MAX 8 is the same model that took off in October from Jakarta and crashed into the Java Sea a few minutes later, killing all 189 people onboard a Lion Air flight.

Investigators with Indonesia’s National Transport Safety Committee issued a preliminary report last November, that based on information gained from the flight data recorder, the plane’s automatic safety system repeatedly pushed the plane’s nose downward, despite the pilots’ desperate attempts to maintain control. They believed the automated system that prevents the plane from stalling if it flies too high on Boeing’s new version of its legendary passenger jet received faulty information from sensors on the fuselage.

The plane had a similar problem on a flight from the resort island of Bali to Jakarta the night before the fatal crash. The investigators said the plane was not airworthy and should have been grounded after that flight.

Source: Voice of America

Ethiopian Airline Flight Crashes, Killing 157

An Ethiopian Airlines flight from Addis Ababa crashed shortly after takeoff Sunday morning, killing all 157 people onboard.

The state-run Ethiopia Broadcasting Corporation said the flight that went down near the city of Bishoftu carried passengers from at least 33 countries.

Thirty-two Kenyans, eighteen Canadians, nine Ethiopians, and eight Americans were among those killed. A number of United Nations staff were also among the victims.

“The Secretary-General was deeply saddened at the tragic loss of lives in the airplane crash today near Addis Ababa,” United Nations Secretary General spokesman Stephane Dujarric said in a statement.

“He conveys his heartfelt sympathies and solidarity to the victims’ families and loved ones, including those of United Nations staff members, as well as sincere condolences to the Government and people of Ethiopia,” the statement read, adding that the U.N. is in contact with Ethiopian authorities to “establish the details” of its employees who perished in the crash.

Ethiopian Airlines said the flight lost contact with Bole International Airport just six minutes after it took off Sunday morning at 8:38 am local time.

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said in a Twitter statement: “The Office of the PM, on behalf of the Government and people of Ethiopia, would like to express it’s deepest condolences to the families of those that have lost their loved ones on Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 on regular scheduled flight to Nairobi, Kenya this morning.”

The Boeing 737- MAX 8 was a new jet, delivered to the airline in November, according to the Planespotters civil aviation database.

“The aircraft is very new…and the pilot was very experienced,” Afrat Begashaw, spokesperson for the Ethiopian Airlines, told VOA, adding that any current explanation of why the plane crashed is “just speculation”.

Boeing issued a one-line statement Sunday, saying “Boeing is aware of reports of an airplane accident and is closely monitoring the situation.”

Flightradar 24 posted on Twitter that the “vertical speed” of the Ethiopian aircraft “was unstable after take off.”

The Boeing 737- MAX 8 is the same model that took off in October from Jakarta and crashed into the Java Sea a few minutes later, killing all 189 people onboard a Lion Air flight.

Investigators with Indonesia’s National Transport Safety Committee issued a preliminary report last November, that based on information gained from the flight data recorder, the plane’s automatic safety system repeatedly pushed the plane’s nose downward, despite the pilots’ desperate attempts to maintain control. They believed the automated system that prevents the plane from stalling if it flies too high on Boeing’s new version of its legendary passenger jet received faulty information from sensors on the fuselage.

The plane had a similar problem on a flight from the resort island of Bali to Jakarta the night before the fatal crash. The investigators said the plane was not airworthy and should have been grounded after that flight.

Source: Voice of America