#AirAsia #QZ8501 – The disaster that should not have happened

The AirAsia flight QZ8501 which crashed on Sunday, December 28, 2014 from Surabaya to Singapore was an ‘illegal / unscheduled‘ flight, because it was an unapproved air transport movement. It had no permit. If that is true, the legal implications are abounding, and it will most definitely affect the compensations process by both the government of Indonesia and the insurers.


The airline must be held fully responsible. accountable and liable. The ‘beings‘ who perpetrated and conspired in this dastardly act must be made to face the consequences. Never mind the money and the compensations as what good is it anyway when 162 precious lives perished and all because of some people’s insane greed of money.



There is already a report stating that AirAsia is not complying with IATA safety standards as it did not complete the global safety audit. Which in the opinions of safety experts rendered it a rather unsafe airline, and one which they would not fly in.


What is believed to be wreckage from crashed AirAsia flight QZ8501 in the Java Sea is pictured in this underwater photograph released by Indonesia’s National Search And Rescue Agency (BASARNAS) January 7, 2015. — Reuters pic


“AirlineRatings.com initially rated the AirAsia group five stars out of a possible seven because it had not done the audit”


Had AsiaAsia complied with the rules there would NOT have been such a flight on that fateful dark Sunday morning… there would NOT have been any such a disaster in which 162 people perished.






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