On January 1, 2007, at 1307 local time, an Adam Airlines Boeing 737-400, Indonesian registration number PK-KKW, disappeared from radar and was presumed lost. Reports indicate that 102 people were on board. The airplane had taken off from Juanda, Indonesia, and was en route to Manado, Indonesia. The last radar contact was at 118' 13" East, 003'55" South with the airplane on a heading of 070, placing the airplane about 60 miles off the coast of Makassar, Indonesia. Search efforts are underway both on land and in the water. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
The accident is being investigated by the NTSC of Indonesia. The NTSB appointed an Accredited Representative, who along with advisors from the NTSB, FAA, Boeing, and General Electric, traveled to Makassar, Indonesia to assist in the investigation.