FlightRADAR24 data on “Crashed” Air Asia Airbus A320 flight QZ8501

By Dutchsinse

Shows as LANDED?!

YouTube video……

The “missing” Air Asia plane shows as LANDED in Singapore at about 730am on the 28th (or 00:30GMT)
All times shown in this video are GMT (standard universal time)

Air Asia shows as taking off at 22:35GMT on the 27th (535am) on the 28th.. and arriving at 00:29GMT (729am) on the 28th
It even has the landing time down to the minute. Landed 1 minute early..

Singapore is GMT +7hrs … therefore the times match on FlightRADAR… also the planes final track matches.

Thus, this plane on FlightRADAR is indeed the plane in question, so why does it show as landed one MINUTE EARLY on the 28th?????


It is for sure listing the flight track for the plane on 12.27 as the MISSING plane… sure it operates other days under the same 8501 number, but for some reason flightradar shows this plane as “landed” on 12.27.

FlightTRACKER has the same flight deleted… which is contradictory.. because if the plane travels every day, then it should show on 12.27 on flightTRACKER.

Therefore, flightTRACKER has been edited, or censored in some way, deleting the actual flight on 12.27, and replacing it with NOTHING.. instead we’ve got people using flightTRACKER to debunk flightRADAR .. but flightRADAR has the ACTUAL TRACK of the plane listed as 12.27 ..

Do we have a conspiracy? Well… now… now that they’re editing sites and screwing up.. and bots are running with the data to put out this fire, then I’d say YES.. it is a conspiracy.. a group of people working together to accomplish a secret goal.

Happens all the time, especially with missing planes from Malaysia which happens 3 times in 6 months.

Aircraft information

Model : 8A017B
Registration : PK-AXC
Type : A320
Type : Airbus A320-216
S/N : 3648
Airline : Indonesia AirAsia

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