Please, don’t forget to Subscribe to our YouTube Channel🤝🙏🤗. Click on this link 👇👇: Indonesia Air Asia Flight 8501, an Airbus A320 was a flight between Surabaya and Singapore on December 28, 2014 with 162 people on board. . The Crash: The flight left Surabaya 15 minutes late at 5:35am. After departure, the flight was in contact with Jakarta Centre, which provides ATC for most of Indonesia. At 6:12am, the aircraft was flying at 32,000 feet and began to approach violent storms. The pilots contacted ATC to fly a different route and fly at a higher altitude to avoid the storms. ATC deferred Flight 8501 but said they could climb to 34,000 feet but no response was heard. At 6:17am, the aircraft began to pitch upwards from 32,000 feet to 37,000 feet at a rate of 6,000 feet per minute which twice the maximum rate a commercial aircraft should be climbing. At just over 36,000 feet, the jet then began to descend. The plane descended 8,000 feet in half a minute and began to turn left. The airplane then ditched into the sea killing everyone on board. The crash was caused by a rudder failure. The pilots also misunderstood each other during the emergency, causing them to pitch the aircraft up even further, worsening the stall.