The loss of Indonesia AirAsia QZ8501, an Airbus A320, could bring significant changes to Indonesian – even regional – commercial flight regulations. “In my opinion, the industry is not healthy,” Indonesian Minister of Transport Ignasius Jonan said. Just before losing contact with Indonesian ATC over the Java Sea on Dec. 28 enroute from Surabaya to Singapore, the QZ8501 crew requested permission to reroute and avoid storm clouds, but was denied permission because of ...

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