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Indonesian National Transportation Safety Committee chief Tatang Kurniadi speaks with a model plane of AirAsia Flight 8501 that crashed into the Java Sea during a press conference in Jakarta, Indonesia on Jan. 29. Indonesian investigators announced the co-pilot of the AirAsia jet was in controls when he struggled to recover the aircraft as stall warnings sounded. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)

(Bloomberg) — AirAsia Bhd. Flight 8501 climbed to an unauthorized altitude fast and steep before the aircraft fell into the ocean, Indonesian investigators said in their first description of the last moments of the ill-fated plane.

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