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985d112f2e Adam AirJakarta Post24 March 2007It was pilot error, mechanical error, maintenance error, a communications breakdown, and just plain bad luck^ a b "Take These Chains and Set me Free"Captain Widodo, a seasoned veteran, had logged more than 13,300 hours of flying timeSetio Rahardjo maintained that Adam Air should be charged with the retrieval costs.Reply nigel says: December 21, 2012 at 7:41 am The six tonnes overweight headline needs to be put into contextThe aircraft's right horizontal stabiliser was found by a fisherman, south of Pare Pare, about 300m (980ft) off the beach on 11 January, although it was not originally handed in, as its discoverer thought it to be a piece of plywood, only later realising it was a piece of the tail. This was confirmed by the part number on the stabiliser, 65C25746-76, which matched that of components on the missing 737. The fisherman received a reward of 50 million rupiah (equivalent to about $5,500) for his discovery. Later, other parts of the aircraft, including passenger seats, life jackets, a food tray, part of an aircraft tire, eight pieces of aluminium and fibre, an ID card, a flare and a headrest were also recovered from the area. By 13 January, a piece of a wing was also recovered. It is unclear whether the 1.5-metre (4ft 11in) long section was a section of the right wing or the left wing, although it was examined in an attempt to discover this. The total count of recovered objects associated with aircraft, as of 29 January, was 206, of which 194 were definitely from the 737. On 15 January, an unidentified fuel spill was spotted by the Singaporean reconnaissance aircraft along the western coast of Sulawesi, but by the time a ship arrived to attempt to determine whether the spill came from the aircraft, it had been moved by strong currents. Although it was searched for, it was not relocated
Retrieved 15 January 2007[dead link] ^ a b c USNS Mary Sears, Search Team Return From Successful Mission In IndonesiaThe reason why he failed to do so, Hutchinson believes, was a lethal combination of operational error and negligenceChauve and Suauds report contains detailed calculations which conclude that without this retardation, the plane would have taken off 1,694 metres from the start of the runway before reaching the fateful metal stripRetrieved 29 August 2007 ^ EU bans 'unsafe' airlines from flights to the continent The Guardian 28 June 2007Archived from the original on 7 January 2007He radioed back that he was being attackedDue to limitations of the navy's sonar equipment, it was not clear what the metal was, and Indonesia had no other equipment of its own. A US Navy ship, Mary Sears, arrived in the area on 9 January with better equipment to help identify the objects, and on the same date a Canadian jet with five separate air crews, working in shifts, was sent to aid with aerial mapping of the suspected location. The Indonesian Marine and Fishery Department has since suggested that the metal objects could instead be instruments deployed to study the underwater sea currentOnce he parachuted into head-hunter country to treat injured crew and passengers on the long march out to safety^ a b "Three Oregonians aboard Indonesian plane that vanished"