The last words uttered on the downed AirAsia Flight 8501… Will shock you!

The downed AirAsia Flight 8501 black box holds the last words uttered and they are surprising, yet concerning. According to Indonesian official the last words on the blackbox belonging to missing AirAsia flight was “Allahu Akbar!” This begs the question, what really happened on this flight?


Below is from Tribune News and has been translated:

“Investigator Nurcahyo Utomo an expert examiner blackbox recording of National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC). He was assigned to check the recording of a conversation Captain irianto that fateful plane flew Air Asia, QZ8501. But it was not an easy task for him, because he knew very close to the former pilot of the Indonesian Air Force pilots.

As quoted from Dailymail, Wednesday (14/01/2015), Nurcahyo can not imagine what the last words of Captain irianto, before the plane crashed in the Strait dikemudikannya Karimata. “Listening to a recording of the black box can be annoying repetitive and requires good mental strength,” he said.

“Listening to the black box recording an aircraft involved in an accident do not like listening to music or discussion,” he continued.

According to him, based on the experience of listening to recordings of conversations black box of some aircraft that crashed, the last words are often heard from the black box recording is Allahu Akhbar said. “The words that make me cringe,” he said.”

As well as the above below has been translated from Posh Kubang:

“Recordings Blackbox Air Asia found some time ago has been played. Incredible, the sound of the recording Pilot Captain irianto mention the phrase ‘Allahu Akbar’.

It was submitted by the expert examiner blackbox recording of National Transportation Safety Committee Nurcahyo Utomo.

“Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar! They shouted it before he died,” said Nurcahyo, as quoted, Wednesday (14/01/2015). ”

Was the plane crash intentional? Or was it accidental? A deeper investigation must be done. Hopefully this is not another False Flag, but it appears to be so.

Gateway Pundit’s research was used above.