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The aircraft had been in service for two months and flown 800 hours; this was the first major accident involving the 737 MAX and the deadliest involving a 737 aircraft. It’s also the worst accident involving the company in 18 years history, surpassing the previous crash in Solo that killed 25. A preliminary investigation revealed problems noticed by passengers and crew on the aircraft’s previous flight, as well as signs of instrument failure on previous flights. As a result, Boeing issued a warning to all operators of the 737 MAX series to avoid causing an abrupt dive similar to the Lion Air flight.
A search and rescue operation was deployed by the Indonesian government within hours of the aircraft’s disappearance and debris were located early in the morning. Human remains were recovered from a 150-nautical-mile (280 km) wide area and the first victim was identified two days after the crash. The flight data recorder was located on 1 November and recovered for analysis. One member of the volunteer rescue team died during recovery operations.