Air Asia. Who was on the flight? And who wasn’t?

The CEO of Alstom was on the flight, with his daughter.  Order with Airbus worth $16 billion was cancelled.  Order transferred to Boeing.

Alstom sold to GE.  Alstom in court for bribes worth $4 billion, charged by US Justice department.   Only $1 billion required to be paid back.  They pleaded guilty.  The one man who could have known about all the bribes went down on Air Asia plane crash.  Follow the details in this video.

From Aangirfan –

The Soedibyo/Cahyono family were ‘no shows’.

Soedibyo was an intelligence officer in Surabaya – “Assistant Attorney Intelligence in East Java.”

He became the Chief Prosecutor in Jakarta and the Deputy Attorney General for Special Crimes.

Ten members of his family, including Ari Cahyono, were due to travel on AirAsia QZ8501.
But they missed the flight.

Merasa Dapat Mukjizat Besar Tertin.

Police General Unggung Cahyono (above) was, until September 2014, the boss of the police in Surabaya.

The Force Commander of the Military Sea Traffic for Surabaya is Col Budi Susanto (centre)

The Ari Cahyono and Chandra Susanto families were booked on flight QZ 8501, but missed the flight.
Two Families Escape Disaster By Missing Doomed AirAsia flight.
Surabaya.

Allegedly, the CIA recruits for ISIS in Surabaya.

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razzak at the Marine Corps Base in Hawaii, days before the disappearance of  AirAsia QZ8501

“This is the third apparent loss of a Malaysia based large passenger jet this year following the unexplained disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 in March and the Ukrainian military shoot down of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH 17 in July over Eastern Ukraine.”

On QZ8501, the only British passenger Chi Man Choi (above) was the managing director at Alstom Power, a large energy company which operates in Indonesia.”Alstom is involved in semiconductor patents.”

MH370 was carrying 20 engineers from Freescale Semiconductor Ltd.

Air Asia Flight QZ8501

Alstom is a French company. Alstom to pay record $772 million to settle bribery charges with US – 22 Dec 2014

The US Deputy Chief of Mission Kristen F. Bauer, the US Consul General Joaquin F. Monserrate and the US Military Attaché were in Surabaya on October 7, 2014.

The AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes dumped 944,800 shares in Tune Insurance Holdings Bhd, the organization that provides travel insurance for AirAsia passengers, just days before the disappearance of Flight QZ8501.

On December 26, the Malaysian Insider reported that Fernandes, the founder of Tune Group Sdn Bhd which owns AirAsia, had sold a total of 944,800 shares in Tune Insurance Holdings Bhd, with 850,000 shares being dumped on December 22, and the other 94,800 being sold the day after.

The AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes Dumped Shares Days Before Flight Disappeared .

In the fortnight before AirAsia Flight QZ8501 went missing, a mysterious user of the Chinese social media network Weibo, in dozens of posts, warned Chinese nationals not to use AirAsia.
He warned: “Do not become another victim of MH370”.
He reported that AirAsia was about to be targeted by ‘powerful’ forces which he referred to as the ‘black hand’.
Did Mysterious Chinese Blogger Predict Disappearance of AirAsia Flight….

AirAsia flight QZ8501 disappeared during a flight from Surabaya to Singapore.

It disappeared off ADS-B tracking just south of the small island of Belitung.

AirAsia is headquartered in Malaysia.

A reported passenger manifest shows a total of 26 passengers who were scheduled to be aboard but are listed as no-shows.

Huffington Post

There was no distress call.

A relative of someone on the plane reportedly received a message via Blackberry Messenger stating that the plane had landed safely on Belitung.

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3 Responses to “Air Asia. Who was on the flight? And who wasn’t?”

  1. Aangirfan says:

    Many thanks for the link.

  2. Lynn says:

    The black hand has been uncovered by Abel Danger… they have it nailed. Field Mconnell and co; have them all nailed on this one. Well worth a read.

  3. Tapestry says:

    I find Danger and McConnell are confusing. Too much information and no shape.

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