Indonesian Authority transforms the rules after AirAsia Crash


Reporters’ have said that the Transport Ministry of Indonesia suggests wide changes to upgrade aviation safety standards. The changes came out after the AirAsia crash that caused the death of 162 people in the Java Sea.

The Investigator found that the aircraft climbed much faster than the average climb rate.

Airbus investigators examine part of the tail of AirAsia QZ8501 passenger plane in Kumai Port, near Pangkalan Bun, Central Kalimantan

New rules include the fitness check of pilots, flight attendants, and ATCs and it also includes the permits and safety of aircraft as well as airlines.

The license of AirAsia’s route from Surababya to Singapore has been temporarily suspended. Transport Ministry proposed to increase the wages for operational and engineering departments’ personnel.

Aviation experts are in the way to determine the cause of the Crash via its “black box”.  Nothing related to the terrorism act was found.


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