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Indonesian investigators said on Monday they had found no evidence so far that terrorism played a part in the crash of an AirAsia passenger jet last month that killed all 162 people on board.
Andreas Hananto told Reuters that his team of 10 investigators at the National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) had found "no threats" in the cockpit voice recordings to indicate foul play during AirAsia Flight QZ8501
The final minutes of the AirAsia flight were full of "sounds of machines and sounds of warnings" that must be filtered out to get a complete transcript of what was said in the cockpit, said Mr Hananto, who has been an air safety investigator since 2009.
originally posted by: samkent
a reply to: Zaphod58
My money is on a stall, with a nose high flat impact. High vertical component, low horizontal component.
The bodies should tell that. Broken necks.
To sum it all up. Pilot error.