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originally posted by: jaffo
originally posted by: StoutBroux
a reply to: flyandi
Of course it's a sad state of affairs and will continue to be so in the coming days. Loss of human life is our worst sadness and main fear in life.
I should have been clearer on my post. Airasia has some serious problems they need to deal with. As far as I can tell, there were no injuries but there could have been.
THIS. If you want a conspiracy in all of these threads, the conspiracy is that AirAsia probably has been operating with disregard for a lot of safety issues for quite some time and they are now coming home to roost. To be clear, that is pure conjecture on my part and I could absolutely be wrong. But given what else we have to work with, it seems like a logical place to start thinking.
originally posted by: AutumnWitch657
The pilot not piolet, requested a change. Did the ground ask why?
Why is is so important to you that he didn't say why, if in fact that is the case? They may have already been aware of the severe conditions which radar shows was a real mess. Everything points to this being a weather related crash. Why do you not see it?
A reply to: deadeyedick