Jakarta: The debris of a Lion Air flight flying from Jakarta to Pangkal Pinang that crashed on October 29 into Karawang Bay, have been found near Indonesia energy firm Pertamina’s offshore facility in Java sea, news agency ANI reported. The flight, carrying 189 people, crashed 13 minutes after take-off on the unfortunate day. So far, six bodies have been retrieved from the sea, CNN reported. Rescue officials fear that there are no survivors, and hinted on the possibility that everybody onboard the plane got killed in the incident. Also Read - Instagram Influencer Auctions Her Virginity Online to Raise Funds for Covid-19, Apologises After Outrage

“My prediction is that no one survived because we only managed to retrieve body parts,” CNN reported Bambang Suryo Aji, director of operations for Basarnas, as saying in a news conference. Also Read - COVID-19: Couple Stitch See-Through Masks For People With Hearing Aid to Enable Easy Lip Reading

It must be noted that Lion Air airline confirmed that the plane went off the radar on Monday morning. The aircraft was on the way from Indonesian capital Jakarta to the city of Pangkal Pinang. Also Read - Indonesia Is Punishing Quarantine Violators By Making Them Stay in 'Haunted Houses'

Further, Delhi-based Bhavye Suneja was the captain of the Indonesian plane Flight JT610 on Monday morning.

31-year-old Suneja passed out from Ahlcon Public School in 2005 and joined Bel-Air International in 2007. He worked as a trainee pilot in Emirates in September 2010 and trained for four months till December 2010. In March 2011, Suneja joined Lion Air airlines. As per the reports, he was planning to return to India.

A senior official of a leading airline told Times of India that being an experienced pilot of B737 with an accident-free record, the airlines was keen to take Suneja onboard. “…because of his good credentials. His only request was that he wanted a Delhi posting as he is from the city,” he said.