Plane Crash airasia 8501
Jakarta, Indonesia – Results of investigation of the National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) said plane airasia-qZ- 8501 Surabaya-Singapore were found to fall into the sea in December 2014, experienced a prolonged stall.
“The electrical current to break up, causing Disengage the autopilot, flight control logic changes from normal law to alternate law. These conditions resulted in the aircraft to roll (roll) angle reaches 54 degrees, “said the head of the subcommittee on Air Crash Captain NTSC Nurcahyo Utomo in a press conference at the Ministry of Transport, Jakarta, Tuesday (1/12).
“Controlling the next plane manually in alternate law by the flight crew has put the aircraft in a state of ‘upset’ and ‘stall’ is prolonged that are outside the boundaries of which can be controlled by the flight crew,” said Tatang.
Chronology Air Asia QZ8501 Fell into the Sea
Stall is a condition when the aircraft lost power to fly due to the airflow on the wing too slow. Analysis on the condition QZ8501 experiencing stall had previously been put forward by Gerry Soejatman, aviation experts and private investigators plane crash cases.
“In the case of Air Asia, the plane rose and fell the possibility of the back of the plane first touches the surface of the sea, “he told CNN Indonesia.
NTSC: Air Asia QZ8501 Falling crashed into the Sea, Not Swooping
According to Gerry who had helped his colleagues investigated the crash of Air France 447 that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean on June 1, 2009, QZ8501 not fall into the sea in a position dived nose first plane touched the water.
This is evident from the condition of wreckage found. QZ8501 found on the seabed is not entirely in small pieces. The tail section and fuselage still seemed intact despite the cut off in some parts. The pieces were found quite large, not shattered.
At AirAsia QZ8501, stall warning was sounded before the aircraft crashed into the sea, and the pilot’s difficulty plane returns to a normal condition or recover.
QZ8501 AirAsia Airbus A320 lost contact around the Strait Karimata on December 28, 2014. The wreckage of the plane carrying 155 passengers and a crew of seven were found two days later spread in the Java Sea.