Air Asia CEO Dumped Shares Days Before Flight QZ8501 Went Missing


AirAsia CEO Dumped Shares Days Before Flight QZ8501 Went Missing

Fernandes, the founder of Tune Group Sdn Bhd which owns AirAsia, had sold a total of 944,800 shares in Tune Insurance Holdings Bhd, with 850,000 shares being dumped on December 22, and the other 94,800 being sold the day after.

According to its official website, Tune Insurance Holdings Bhd is “an insurance product manager” for AirAsia in which “insurance products are sold to (AirAsia) customers as part of their online booking process.” The share prices of AirAsia and Tune Insurance Holdings both fell on the first day of trading after the disappearance of Flight QZ8501, with the former shedding 12.9 percent at one point. Tune Insurance Holdings lost 0.6%.

“Did Fernandes know his company stock was about to take a hit? The timing is suspicious,” asks, adding, “If so, it indicates knowledge of an impending attack on AirAsia.”

The story bears some similarity to the unusual market activity in airline stocks that preceded the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. An “extraordinary” amount of ‘put options’ – speculation that a stock price will fall – were placed on United and American Airlines in the days leading up to 9/11.

As we reported earlier, one of the other main unanswered questions surrounding the incident is why a Chinese blogger urged people to avoid AirAsia flights less than two weeks before the disappearance of Flight QZ8501.

Some say the posts, which were made on Chinese social media site Weibo, are a startling indication of prior knowledge whereas others claim the posts were deceptively edited after the crash of Flight QZ8501 to create the impression that its disappearance had been predicted ahead of time.

Indonesian search and rescue teams looking for the missing AirAsia flight QZ8501 have found debris from the passenger jet, which disappeared from radar screens on Sunday morning. China’s navy and air force have also committed resources to the search, while the USS Sampson, a guided missile destroyer, was due to arrive in the area later on Tuesday.

Officials said on Tuesday that the Indonesian military had spotted several objects floating in the sea near the last point of contact with the AirAsia aircraft. Bodies and wreckage from an AirAsia flight that went missing on its way to Singapore on Sunday were found on Tuesday in the Karimata Strait off the coast of Borneo, Indonesian rescue teams said.

Over the next several hours, at least 40 bodies were recovered, the navy told. Debris, including what appeared to be suitcases and pieces from the aircraft, were also discovered floating in the Java Sea, members of search teams told the Indonesian news media:

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