The Main Body of The Wreckage AirAsia QZ8501 Has Been Found

Singapore Navy ship found the main debris of the AirAsia QZ8501 in the Java Sea, on Wednesday January 14 2015. AirAsia QZ8501 crashed in the Karimata Strait on its way from Surabaya to Singapore on Sunday December 28, 2014. Singapore Defense Minister Ng Eng Hen, in his Facebook account, upload photos taken with remotely operated vehicle (ROV) which was operated MV Swift Rescue. The debris is expected to form a part of the main body of the aircraft because there are the AirAsia slogan “Now Everyone Can Fly” and aircraft…

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Missing AirAsia QZ8501: The Tail of The Plane Was Found Upside Down

The tail of the AirAsia QZ8501 was found upside down, tt was ensured by the team of the Indonesian Navy divers who do the dives to ensure the existence of the tail. Originally the ship Geo surveys using sonar detector detects the presence of a tail plane was the last location in the loss of contact. Afterwards, the vehicle controlled from a distance or remoted operated vehicle (ROV) revealed to prove results the resulting aircraft tail imaging sonar detector. The Sergeant Major of marine Boflet Sirait was one of the…

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IDR 300,000,000 AirAsia Compensation to The Families of Victims

Indonesia AirAsia Inc. is offering money IDR 300 million OR USD 30,000 to families of the victims aboard the AirAsia QZ8501 fell in the waters of Karimata Strait near Java Sea. What is the reason the money offer of AirAsia? In a letter obtained on Monday January 5, 2015, devoted to one of the family of QZ8501 passengers who become victims, mentioned the reason giving money IDR 300 million was based on the emotional and financial burden on the families of the victims experienced middle. The money was meant as…

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Four New Flight Companies in Indonesia in 2013

The symbol of air traffic that is growing very quickly on the very promising Indonesian market, four new companies will make their appearance in Indonesia in 2013. The first of these four companies is Batik Air, a subsidiary of Lion Air, which has obtained the authority to operate 66 domestic flights and 20 international routes. Its first flights expected in may 2013 will be operated by Boeing 737-900ER. Batik Air will be based in Manado on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. It should be noted that Lion Air is distinguished…

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