It is painful to learn sudden disappearance of AirAsia flight QZ8501 between Surabaya and Singapore. This being a second incidence, the first  was of MH-370.

Reasons for such unfortunate occurrences are subject to Investigation by experts. Here I am being an Aviation enthusiast understand that in Air accidents, the aircraft’s Cockpit Voice Data Recorder and Flight Data Recorder play a vital role in finding out what went wrong during the flight. However both the Gadgets are to be recovered from the site of crash may be from land or water, and some time exact location of crash site is difficult to find or inaccessible. To overcome this I have suggestion that  data recorded on Cockpit Voice Data Recorder and Flight Data Recorder during the flight is to be simultaneously transmitted to a ground server via satellite so in case of non-recovery of Cockpit Voice Data Recorder and Flight Data Recorder, the data recorded at  ground server to be retrieved for usage in Investigation. I think the Flight Data maintained at the  ground server could be very useful to find out  the last location/co-ordinates of the Ill-fated Aircraft which will help the search parties in locating debris of the Aircraft without incurring heavy expenses for searching.


Ajit Dave


Adipur, Kuchchh, Pin –370205,

Gujarat (India)

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Comment by RAVI ACHARYA on February 5, 2015 at 3:57am

In indeed a good, practical and technically doable suggestion. It would also serve as a 'fail safe' alternative which would be easily accessible in case of need.


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