Air Asia Stall at 37000 feet, Air Crash Investigation 2020, Mayday Air Disaster


Air Asia Stall at 37000 feet, Air Crash Investigation 2020, Mayday Air Disaster

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.

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