PANGKALAN BUN, Indonesia (AP) — Indonesia's Search and Rescue chief says six bodies lost in the AirAsia crash have so far been recovered from the Java Sea, including a woman wearing a flight attendant's uniform.
The discovery of debris and bodies from AirAsia Flight 8501 in the Java Sea on Tuesday provided sad confirmation of the fate of 162 passengers and crew. Days after the plane disappeared en route to Singapore from Surabaya, Indonesia, there is no expectation of finding survivors.
Debris found in the Karimata Strait has been confirmed to be the remains of the airplane which operated as AirAsia Indonesia flight QZ8501, which disappeared two days ago — and family members and friends reportedly responded in hysteria...Show More Summary
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On the heels of the tragic news about wreckage and bodies from AirAsia QZ8501 being pulled from the sea near Indonesia on Tuesday, as reported by the Washington Post, comes additional news about an AirAsia Zest jet that carried 159 people...Show More Summary
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U.S. Navy sends ship to support Air Asia Flight QZ8501 search operations At the request of the Government of Indonesia and as directed by U.S. Pacific Command, U.
Indonesian rescuers searching for an AirAsia plane carrying 162 people pulled bodies and wreckage from the sea off the coast of Borneo on Tuesday, prompting relatives
Indonesia’s National Search and Rescue Agency confirmed Tuesday that searchers had discovered debris from the missing AirAsia Flight QZ 8501 and the bodies of 40 passengers in the Java Sea. The Singapore-bound plane disappeared on Sunday with 162 people on board
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Two San Diego-based Navy ships have been sent to assist in recovery efforts for the Indonesia AirAsia passenger jet that authorities said Tuesday went down in the Java Sea.
Two and a half days ago, at around 6:15am local time on December 28, AirAsia flight 8501 (QZ8501) disappeared en route from Indonesia to Singapore. There were 162 passengers and crew on-board, and no survivors have yet been found at the plane's crash site in the Java Sea. Show More Summary
Indonesia's TV One has apologized after airing footage that only served to compound the grief of relatives of those lost on AirAsia flight QZ8501. After it showed images of a bloated body floating in the sea, relatives who had gathered in Surabaya's Juanda International Airport, where the plane departed from,...
Family members of passengers of missing AirAsia flight QZ8501 react at a waiting area in Juanda International Airport near Surabaya, Indonesia, on Dec. 30. Indonesian rescuers saw bodies and luggage off the coast of Borneo island onShow More Summary
Wreckage has been found in Indonesian waters believed to be connected to the AirAsia flight that disappeared with 162 people aboard. “AirAsia Indonesia regrets to inform that The National Search and Rescue Agency Republic of Indonesia (BASARNAS) today confirmed that the debris found earlier today is indeed from QZ8501, the flight that had lost contact [...]
Via the Los Angeles Times: Searchers recovered bodies from the Java Sea on Tuesday and found what officials said wreckage from Indonesia AirAsia Flight 8501 as the three-day mystery over the plane's whereabouts reached a heartbreaking resolution for the families of 162 people aboard. Show More Summary
The mystery of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 has been solved, and the answer is as grim as officials had feared: Indonesia's National Search and Rescue Agency has confirmed that debris and bodies found floating off the Borneo coast are from the aircraft, which went missing early Sunday amid stormy weather. Show More Summary
At the request of the Government of Indonesia and as directed by U.S. Pacific Command, U.S. Pacific Fleet has authorized U.S. 7th Fleet to position USS
A body was found in the sea Tuesday during the search for missing AirAsia flight QZ8501, Indonesia’s National Search and Rescue Agency chief said. “At 13:25… we spotted a floating object believed to be one of the passengers’ bodies,” Bambang Soelistyo said at a press...