On 28 December 2014, an Indonesia Air Asia Airbus A320 aircraft, registered PK-AXC, was conducting a regular public transport flight from Juanda International Airport, Surabaya to Changi International Airport, Singapore. Radar contact with the aircraft was lost while it was en route over the Karimata Strait, Indonesia. The aircraft impacted into water shortly after radar contact was lost. During the search and rescue operation, items of wreckage were found floating about 30 NM southeast of the aircraft’s last known radar position.
The National Transportation Safety Commission of Indonesia (NTSC) is the agency responsible for investigating this occurrence. The NTSC requested the ATSB to provide a flight recorder specialist to assist in the download and analysis of the flight recorders from the aircraft. The ATSB provided this assistance as part of the Australian Government Indonesia Transport Safety Assistance Package (ITSAP).
In accordance with clause 5.23 of Annex 13 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (ICAO Annex 13), the ATSB appointed an Accredited Representative to assist the NTSC and initiated an investigation under the Australian Transport Safety Investigation Act 2003.
On 1 December 2015, the NTSC published the final report into this investigation.
The National Transport Safety Committee of Indonesia is responsible for releasing the investigation report.
National Transportation Safety Committee
Ministry Of Transportation Republic Of Indonesia
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