Indonesia’s government said it has suspended a number of airport and air traffic control (ATC) officials who were on duty when Indonesia AirAsia flight QZ8501 took off from Surabaya Dec. 28, while searchers in the Java Sea said the Airbus A320’s tail may have been spotted. The disciplinary action against airport and ATC officials came after Indonesian authorities suspended Indonesia AirAsia from operating the Surabaya-Singapore route, saying the airline had operated the flight ...

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