QPR CEO Talk About Loss of Air Asia

QPR CEO Talk About Loss of Air Asia

Surabaya – Air Asia CEO and President of Premier League club, Queens Park Rangers, Tony Fernandes admitted devastated by the tragedy of the loss of Air Asia flight number QZ 8501. 50-year-old man wished plane lost contact can be found in the near future.

We are very upset by this incident, it is very hard to believe it can happen. We hope the plane was soon found in the near future. Then we can find out what the cause of the incident, he said as quoted the BBC on Monday (12/29/2014).

According to the Malaysian-born man, the most important thing now is to maintain the psychological condition of the victim’s family that does not dissolve in grief. Our attention is now devoted to the relatives and kin loss of aircraft. Passenger family so our priority, “he continued.

As is known, Air Asia QZ8501 flying from Surabaya to Singapore lost contact after flying around about an hour on Sunday (12/28/2014) early morning hrs. Aircraft from Surabaya at 5:36 pm and disappeared from radar at about 6:18 pm.

Airbus A320-200 was carrying 155 passengers, consisting of 138 adults, 16 children and 1 infant. In addition, the airline that was founded in 1993 manned the pilot and co-pilot and four cabin crew.