KNKT (Kembali) Ungkap Kejadian Pra Jatuhnya Lion Air JT610

first_img(Rendy Nurhalim/KabarPenumpang.com) Tak terasa, tanggal 29 Oktober mendatang menandakan satu tahun jatuhnya pesawat Lion Air dengan nomor penerbangan JT610. Kala itu, Lion Air menggunakan pesawat Boeing 737 MAX 8, dimana ini menjadi titik awal dari aksi grounded massal yang dilakukan oleh seluruh maskapai dunia hingga saat ini. Dalam rentang satu tahun pasca kejadian, Komite Nasional Keselamatan Transportasi (KNKT) telah melakukan sejumlah investigasi guna mencari penyebab utama jatuhnya pesawat nahas tersebut – mulai dari menganalisa Flight Data Recorder (FDR), Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR), hingga melakukan simulasi langsung. Baca Juga: Benarkah Boeing Gadaikan Faktor Keselamatan 737 MAX Demi Kas Perusahaan?Dari sini, KNKT menemukan bahwa adanya kerusakan pada indikator kecepatan dan ketinggian pada pesawat berkode PK-LQP ini. Kerusakan ini sendiri pertama kali terjadi pada tanggan 26 Oktober 2018, manakala pesawat mengudara dari Tianjin Cina menuju Manado. Berdasarkan informasi yang didapatkan KabarPenumpang.com dari acara Laporan Akhir Kecelakaan Pesawat Lion Air JT610 yang dihelat KNKT pada Jumat (25/10), sejumlah perbaikan terkait kerusakan ini sudah dilakukan, dimana yang terakhir, sensor Angle of Attack (AoA) sebelah kiri pesawat diganti di Bali pada 28 Oktober 2018. Sejak diganti, pesawat bukannya menjadi ‘sembuh’ tapi malah menjadi semakin ngaco. Hal ini tercitra dari deviasi hingga 21 derajat dari sensor AoA sebelah kiri. Sialnya, kerusakan ini tidak terdeteksi manakala pesawat melakukan uji penerbangan setelah sensor baru tersebut terpasang. Adapun deviasi ini berdampak pada perbedaan penunjukkan ketinggian dan kecepatan antara instrumen kiri dan kanan di kokpit, dan juga mengaktifkan stick shaker serta Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) pada penerbangan dari Denpasar menuju Jakarta pada 28 Oktober. Pada penerbangan dari Denpasar menuju Jakarta tersebut, pilot berhasil mengatasi aktifnya MCAS dengan memindahkan stab trim switch ke posisi cut out.Namun kembali disayangkan, pilot tidak melaporkan terkait hal ini (stick shaker dan pemindahan stab trim ke posisi cut out) kepada ground crew. Hal ini semakin diperburuk dengan absennya lampu peringatan AoA Disagree, sehingga pilot tidak melaporkan kejadian tersebut.Baca Juga: Ternyata Boeing Ketahui Masalah Sensor di 737 MAX Sebelum Lion Air Jatuh!Namun siapa sangka, ini merupakan faktor awal dari jatuhnya Lion Air JT610. Terkait penemuan ini, KNKT mengeluarkan tiga rekomendasi keselamatan kepada Lion Air yang sekiranya dapat dilakukan guna meningkatkan keselamatan di udara, diantaranya terkait manajemen manual dan pengelolaan masalah yang berulang terjadi (dalam kasus ini adalah kerusakan indikator kecepatan dan ketinggian). Rekomendasi lain juga turut dikeluarkan KNKT kepada Boeing (6 rekomendasi), DGCA atau Dirjen Penerbangan Sipil (3 rekomendasi), Federal Aviation Administration atau FAA (8 rekomendasi), hingga AirNav Indonesia (1 rekomendasi). Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedHeboh Boeing Sebut Lion Air ‘Idiot’, Berikut Penyebabnya!16/01/2020In “Featured”Buntut Insiden JT-610, Pihak Lion Air Bisa Batalkan Pesanan Pesawat ke Boeing!05/12/2018In “Domestik”Rilis 9 Faktor Penyebab Kecelakaan JT610, KNKT: “Satu Tidak Terjadi, Maka Kecelakaan Dapat Terelakkan”25/10/2019In “Domestik”last_img read more

Loew made honorary citizen of his hometown

first_img0Shares0000BERLIN, July 22 – Germany’s World Cup-winning coach Joachim Loew is to be made an honorary citizen of his hometown of Schoenau im Schwarzwald, the town mayor said on Tuesday.“We are proud of Jogi Loew. He has carried the name of Schoenau throughout the world,” mayor Peter Schelshorn told the DPA news agency. Loew, 54, was born and grew up in the town in the Black Forest of southwestern Germany which now counts 2,300 inhabitants.The city council unanimously voted on Monday night to make Loew an honorary citizen and also to rename the local stadium where the former midfielder played his first match after him.Schelshorn said that Loew has already agreed to accept the honour and there would be “a grand reception” organised at a date has not yet been set.Loew, who led Germany to their fourth World Cup title in Brazil and the first since reunification in 1990, is currently on holidays in Freiburg, southwest Germany.Loew took over as German head coach in 2006 after two years as assistant.And German Football Federation (DFB) president Wolfgang Niersbach said he believes Loew will honour his contract which runs until the 2016 European championship in France.If he does his first task will be to find a new captain after defender Philipp Lahm’s surprise international retirement, with Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger favourite for the job.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Ranieri urges Leicester to reverse Premier League form following European joy

first_imgClaudio Ranieri has urged his Leicester players to forget about the Champions League until March, as the Foxes’ domestic results need serious improvement.Tuesday’s 2-1 win over Club Brugge secured the Premier League champions’ place in the last 16 of Europe’s premier competition, with one game to spare.Four wins from five group games have sent the Foxes through to the knockout stages, but these results are in stark contrast to the form the club has shown in domestic football.Following Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Watford, Ranieri’s men sit 14th in the Premier League table, with their three wins in 12 games seeing them sit only TWO points clear of the relegation places.And whilst it is an ongoing joke to suggest Leicester will win the Champions League AND be relegated in the same season, the Italian manager has no plans to see his club slip closer towards a return to the Championship.Speaking after the victory over Brugge, Ranieri insisted the message for his players was to now forget about European football, as although they still have to play Porto in the group stage, there is no important Champions League match for Leicester until the knockout stages begin in March.The 65-year-old said: “The dream now is to change our fate in the Premier League. I am a very pragmatic man. I want more points in the Premier League.“Now we have to think about the Premier League, as we are so close to the relegation [places].“And that is what we have to change. We have to change our mentality now.“Until March – except the Porto match – the Champions League is done.”last_img read more