JAKARTA - An Indonesian plane carrying more than 100 passengers broke in two after missing the runway at Bali airport on Saturday and landing in the sea, leaving dozens injured but no fatalities.
An image released by the Indonesian police shows the Lion Air Boeing 737 submerged in the water after missing the runaway at Denpasar. (AFP Photo)
The Boeing 737-800 was operated by the budget airline Lion Air, which recently sealed blockbuster orders for hundreds of new planes.
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