Indonesia's air safety record was under intense scrutiny yesterday following a second fatal 737-400 accident in 10 weeks, this one involving a Garuda Indonesia aircraft that skidded off a runway upon landing in Yogyakarta and caught fire in an adjacent rice field, killing 21 of 133 passengers and one of seven crewmembers. The aircraft, registered PK-GZC, first flew in 1992, according to Flight Safety Foundation's Aviation Safety Network. Officials and surviving passengers said the jet, en ...

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