Disaster Over Indonesia | Airbus A320 Crash into the Java Sea | Air Asia Flight 8501 | Update

43 minutes into its flight, Indonesia AirAsia Flight 8501 vanishes from radar and crashes into the Java Sea. Find out what happened.

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  1. you failed to mention that Adam Air went out of business because of plane crash and also the general incompetence of the ''Culture'' of the Malay Mongoloids in Indonesia that can barely drive cars never mind aircraft..

  2. I don't understand why they crashed. They flipped the main circuit breaker that disabled autopilot and other functions, causing the plane to become unstable. 1. Why couldn't the pilots regain control of the plane? 2. Why didn't they flip the circuit breaker back on?

  3. So all these videos are based on what’s found on the black boxes, as well as the final reports?

    You have me scared to death and intrigued at the same time watching video after video! Bad enough I’m scared shitless of flying! Great vids..

  4. So, the maintenance crew cleared a plane from regular service with reoccuring warning signals coming…. nice. And they told the captain to pull the circuit breaker in flight. Nice… And the captain did it, nice… And the first officer could not fly properly… nice. What a mess.

  5. Today we have learnt that airbus pilots are just incompetent. I guess thats what happens when you don't have previous flight experience and you go straight into full auto flying

  6. Just remember, a plane is only as good as the maintenance crew and mechanics. Check the airlines you fly for safety records, you can even check the safety record of the plane you are going to board specifically. Don't fly with airlines that are experiencing financial troubles, one of the areas that gets cut (behind the scenes) is maintenance. Less money for new parts means reconditioning the parts you already have. True professional airline mechanics have a extremely difficult job with diligence needing to paid to something as small as a solder on a board to something major like a bolt in a stabilizer being loose. Airlines also have to X-Ray engine fan blades to look for cracks that the human eye cannot see. Many companies – especially budget airlines – skimp on these things.

    Like military fighter Jets, modern airliners are very much fly by wire. A pilot can only do so much to maintain control of the plane before the sheer size of the plane can work against his ability to control it with just the stick. With the assistance of computers doing tens of millions of calculations per second, the plane is cared for.

    Mechanical failure is often the cause of crashes, but pilot negligence is also another factor. Because of automatic flight controls (auto pilots) the pilots don't really need to have their hands on the stick when they are at altitude. There is evidence to suggest that the increased automation of jets is making pilots lazy and can forget simple basics. I've had a lot of experience flying, each trip requires 100 percent concentration and attention to detail. More importantly, teamwork among pilots.

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  8. A fatal maintainance error. They should have exchanged the RTLU-system. But that cost money and time.
    Secondly, a malfunctioning electronic system brought down this aircraft.
    Thirdly, the captain should not have disabled the circuit breakers for the main computer, which definitely disabled the autopilot without warning. The missing awareness of this fact even made the situation worse.
    May their souls rest in peace.

  9. Hindsight is always 20/20 and I have no idea of the intricacies and technical know-how of flying any aircraft…

    …but re-setting circut breakers in flight doesn't sound safe at all (and apparently wasn't). I'd be afraid I was shutting down and re-setting something crucial to operating the plane.
    But I tend to be a scaredy cat on the regular anyways. What can I say, it's kept me alive this long!

  10. Never ever i will fly with Airbus and there dangerous sticks. Only flying with Boeing. This accident and the Air France one in 2009 are pretty much the same – sticks sticks sticks. both of which the captain and the first officer didn't knew where the other is pulling the plane to. That eventually causes both planes to crash.

  11. UPi think ASIANS are smart and then you find out Asiana Airlines is in Indonesia and you're like oh yeah never mind. They are the retards of Asia. This video proves it yet again.

  12. I can’t imagine how the people on board felt. Plane going from side to side and up and down sharply and fast. So sad for them, imagine having to go through this with your kids or loved ones 😔😞 RIP people on board and condolences to their families.

  13. Changing camera angles with the music made me lol. I'm terrible.
    Disabling a circuit breaker in a plane 32,000 feet high does not sound like a good idea AT ALL

  14. What a great job sir. your videos are amazing. Great way to learn the difficulties that many pilots face in aviation. The intricacies of the new age computer systems and fly by wire issues that can result in grave conclusion. I thank you for the channel keep up the great job.

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