AirAsia plane flight: QZ-8501 from Surabya Airport to Changi Airport, Singapore lost in contact last week, left some questions. The Airbus 320-200 was carrying 162 passengers and crew where most passengers are Indonesian. Many theories and even controversial news come along with the evacuation process. The incident is almost similar to what happened to the Malaysia Airlines MH370 on March 8, 2014. AirAsia flight to Surabaya-Singapore was lost contact shortly after takeoff from the airport Juanda, Sunday (12/28/2014) morning.

The same fact with the missing flight MH370 contact approximately one hour after taking off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport on its way to Beijing. The two planes did not give a signal of distress before it lost contact with the control tower.

Peter Stuart Smit, an aviation experts says, it is very strange if the pilots did not make contact again when the aircraft got an air problem.

“When the plane was trapped with very bad weather that caused the pilots to lose control, there some actions need to be done. Obviously, the main priority is to send a message to the control tower about what happened and only have to press one button for reporting “said Peter.

Peter added, only need a few seconds to press the emergency button in a box 7700 or SSRS can tell watchtowers for the problems he faced.