AirAsia F. 8501 went missing on Dec. 28. 2014 – another airplane crash ??

Indonesia AirAsia Flight 8501 (QZ8501/AWQ8501) is an Indonesia AirAsia Airbus A320-216 flight that went missing en route to Singapore from Surabaya, Indonesia, on 28 December 2014 with 155 passengers and 7 crew on board.

The flight took off from Juanda International Airport, Surabaya, at 05:35 Western Indonesian Time (WIB, UTC+7) and was scheduled to land at Singapore Changi Airport at 08:30 Singapore Standard Time (SGT, UTC+8). The plane had been under Indonesian air traffic control when it requested to deviate from its original flight path due to poor weather conditions. The pilot had requested to climb to 38,000 feet (11,600 m) to avoid thick clouds, although the final altitude indicated by the transponder and collected by Flightradar24 was 32,000 ft (9,750 m). The plane lost contact with air traffic control at 06:24 WIB while travelling over the Java Sea between Kalimantan and Java, still under Indonesian Air Traffic Control, at normal cruising altitude and speed. A meteorological analysis revealed that the aircraft was traversing a storm cluster during the minutes prior to its disappearance.

Indonesia 8501 air crash 28 december

ASTROLOGICAL INDICATIONS:

  1. (URANUS conj. CAUDA DRACONIS) square (PLUTO conj. MERCURY conj. ASC.)

(Exact URANUS conj. TRUE CAUDA D. will be on 20th Jan. 2015.)

  1. CAUDA D. conj. I.C.
  2. MARS /2nd house, in tropical Aquarius/ opposite JUPITER /8th house, in tropical Leo/

(Exact MARS-JUPITER opposition will take place on 2nd Jan. 2015.)

More info >>>> Astrology Software 2015

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