The move came after a plane of the same type, which was operated by Ethiopian Airlines and bound for Nairobi, Kenya, crashed minutes after take-off on Sunday, killing all 157 people aboard, including an Indonesian citizen.
"For now, we will conduct inspection. Boeing has informed us some findings in a release. We will inspect based on them. Later, if we find (violation) we will fully ground the planes," the spokesman said.
However, he could not give details on how long the inspection will take.
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