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Lion Air ups training after crash

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JAKARTA – Indonesia's largest budget carrier Lion Air said Friday it had improved safety protocols after investigators blamed pilots for a crash last year involving one of its aircraft. 

A crashed Lion Air plane near the coastline of Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport in Indonesia Apr 15, 2013. Indonesia's largest budget carrier Lion Air said Friday it had improved safety protocols, after investigators blamed pilots for a crash last year involving one of its aircraft. (EPA photo)

A new Lion Air Boeing 737-800 missed the runway and crashed into the sea off Bali in April 13, 2013. All 108 people on board survived, but several were injured.

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