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Friday, 2 January 2015

Photos: New theory claims #AirAsia #QZ8501 pilot landed plane on surface of the sea but it sunk

The captain of AirAsia flight 8501 may have performed a successful emergency water landing only for the aircraft to be overcome by high seas, aviation experts have said.
The black box from the Airbus, which was carrying 162 people from Indonesia to Singapore when it came down over the Java Sea on Sunday, has yet to be located.
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The latest theory suggests experienced former military jet pilot Captain Iriyanto may have landed the plane intact after facing a huge storm head on.
‘The emergency locator transmitter (ELT) would work on impact, be that land, sea or the sides of a mountain, and my analysis is it didn't work because there was no major impact during landing,’ Dudi Sudibyo, a senior editor of aviation magazine Angkasa, said.
‘The pilot managed to land it on the sea's surface,’ he added. 
Other crash experts have claimed the AirAsia jet rose up as fast as a fighter jet and then dropped almost vertically into the water as if being thrust down by a giant hand.
Their conclusion is that the Airbus 320-200 was in the grip of weather so freakishly extreme that there was nothing the pilots could have done to save the jet and all 162 people on board.
Indonesian Airforce personnel recovered more debris from the plane on January 2
Indonesian Air Force personnel carry suspected debris after it was delivered by helicopter from a recovery mission for missing AirAsia flight QZ8501 at the airport in Pangkalan Bun, Central Kalimantan
Members of the Indonesian military carefully carried debris from the plane 
Indonesian Search and Rescue crew carry the remains of an AirAsia flight QZ8501 passenger recovered at sea on January 2
Indonesian Navy soldiers  use a speed boat to evacuate the dead bodies of AirAsia QZ8501 passengers
Indonesian Air Force personnel carry suspected debris after it was delivered by helicopter from a recovery mission
Lt. Col. Johnson Simanjuntak of Indonesian Commander Air Field Iskandar Pangkalan Bun shows off parts of a plane found floating on the water near the site where AirAsia Flight 8501 disappeared
While more bodies have been recovered today, workers said it could be a week before the plane's black box is located as poor weather was making the task of finding it extremely difficult
Indonesian Navy soldiers of KRI Sultan Hasanuddin-366 Warship evacuate the dead bodies of suspected AirAsia QZ8501 passengers floating near the Gosong Aruba




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