A Boeing 737 that disappeared from radar on March 1 crashed on an uninhabited island, leaving at least 17 people dead and at least two missing.
The Boeing 737 was en route from the U.S. to Hong Kong when it went missing, the company said.
The Boeing 737 has a gross weight of about 7,600 pounds, according to Boeing.
The company has offered no explanation for the crash.
Boeings website said the aircraft went missing from the radar system at 6:43 p.m. local time.
The U.K.-based company is a joint venture between Boeing and Japan’s Mitsubishi Aircraft Co., which also operates planes in the region.
The Boeing 777, which can carry up to 300 passengers, has been on a routine training flight from Japan to Bali.
The plane has been used to fly to the Middle East and Europe and is also used by the U, N.K., Australia, Japan, Canada, South Korea, Singapore and China.
After the plane was lost, Boeing offered a $1.2 billion reward for information leading to its discovery.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the crash, the agency said.