New Delhi: India has alerted SpiceJet and Jet Airways in view of the Indonesian aircraft JT-610 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has asked Jet and SpiceJet to take appropriate steps to sensitize the potential problem of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. After the crash of the Lion Air plane in Indonesia last October in Indonesia, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued advisory on behalf of Boeing 737 Max aircraft from the US, after which the DGCA has issued instructions.
Jet Airways and SpiceJet use Boeing 737 Max aircraft. Both of these airlines have at least six such aircraft. An official of the DGCA said that if the sensor problem is not corrected in these aircraft, the pilot can be difficult to control the aircraft. Not only this, the pilot does not even know the exact height of the plane and the plane can come down sharply.
After this accident, Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu had said that the DGCA has been asked to consider the engines and other problems in the airlines. DGCA has asked all Indian airlines to pay attention to engines and other problems. It is worth noting that all 189 passengers aboard the Indonesian plane were killed. Before the flight some fault was found in the plane, which was fixed. But after 13 minutes of flying, the aircraft lost contact and it crashed.