Indian pilot Bhavye Suneja captain of Indonesian Lion Air flight that crashed into Java Sea


Chief Bhavye Suneja, from Delhi, was the pilot of the Indonesian Lion Air plane which collided with the Java Sea on Monday with 189 travelers and group individuals on load up, reports have said. The Indian Embassy in Indonesia declared the passing of the 31-year-old pilot was killed on Monday after the doomed Indonesian plane he was flying collided with the ocean.

The flight JT610 in transit to Pangkalpinang slammed close Kerawang, 13 minutes in the wake of taking off from Jakarta Soekarno Hatta International Airport. The flight conveyed 178 grown-ups, one tyke and 2 baby, including three group individuals under preparing and one professional, the aircraft said in an announcement.

The air ship was told by Captain Bhavye Suneja and co-pilot Harvino with six lodge group individuals. Lion Air, in its announcement said that the Suneja had 6,000 flight hours and the co-pilot in excess of 5,000 flight hours. The Times of India detailed Suneja was an occupant of Mayur Vihar in Delhi and had moved on from the Ahlcon Public School from a similar area in 2005.


As per Suneja's Linkedin profile, he has been related with Indonesia-based Lion Air as a pilot since 2011. The 31-year-old got his pilot permit from Bel Air International in 2009. He joined Jakarta based ease carrier Lion Air in March 2011.

Indonesia's inquiry and protect office affirmed the accident of Lion Air flight JT610, including that it lost contact with ground authorities minutes after departure, and a pull vessel leaving the capital's port saw it fall. The mishap is the first to be accounted for including the broadly sold Boeing 737 MAX air ship, a refreshed and more eco-friendly form of the producer's workhorse single-walkway fly.