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originally posted by: Daughter2
originally posted by: AthlonSavage
If they search for the plane as rigorously as MH370 and three months from now find no trace, will people be thinking there is foul play afoot or put it down to coincidence, two mystery disappearances. Im just wondering what peoples thoughts are?
I would say the majority of the population will accept what ever the MSM tells them to accept. If they come up with some story that's based on a bunch of highly unlikely series of events - they'll accept that over the simple explanation of sabotage.
'Wreckage' of missing AirAsia jet is spotted in sea by search plane... as it emerges pilot may have been flying too SLOWLY and stalled in storm before it vanished off radar
Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk... le-set-resume-light.html#ixzz3NHfxUU99
It's emerged Allianz is the lead reinsurer on AirAsia flight QZ8501, which has just disappeared above the Java sea - the crash will be the third major air disaster the company has paid out on in the past year.
Shares in Allianz fell a modest 1.36 per cent in mid-morning trading, as the company confirmed it was the "lead reinsurer for AirAsia, for aviation hull and liability insurance".
The company has already paid out on claims relating to the losses of Malaysia Airlines flights MH370 and MH17.
On top of that, it will pay out up to $165,000 per passenger - that's about $27m in total for all 162 passengers on board the flight. Although if the airline is found to have been at fault (admittedly unlikely, given the disappearance has largely been put down to bad weather), those claims could be higher.
And then, how do you explain the one getting shot down, someone paid Russians/Ukranians to shoot it down?
Most airlines are struggling to make money if you didn't know too, bad publicity is a sure fire way of losing money as well..
After May 2008, nine previous incidents involving the temporary loss of airspeed indication appeared in the Air Safety Reports (ASRs) for Air France's A330/A340 fleet. All occurred in cruise between flight levels FL310 and FL380.
The problems primarily occurred in 2007 on the A320 but, awaiting a recommendation from Airbus, Air France delayed installing new pitot tubes on A330/A340 and increased inspection frequencies in these planes