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AirAsia 8501 wreckage found in Java Sea

December 30, 2014, 16:48 UTC+3
Indonesian rescuers recovered several bodies from the Java Sea, where a Malaysian passenger aircraft was discovered on December 30 after it went missing
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Air Asia flight QZ 8501 disappeared from radar over the Java Sea shortly after takeoff from Surabaya in East Java en route to Singapore on 28 December morning. Photo: AirAsia check-in counter at Changi Airport in Singapore, 28 December 2014
Air Asia flight QZ 8501 disappeared from radar over the Java Sea shortly after takeoff from Surabaya in East Java en route to Singapore on 28 December morning. Photo: AirAsia check-in counter at Changi Airport in Singapore, 28 December 2014
Air Asia flight QZ 8501 disappeared from radar over the Java Sea shortly after takeoff from Surabaya in East Java en route to Singapore on 28 December morning. Photo: AirAsia check-in counter at Changi Airport in Singapore, 28 December 2014
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The Airbus A320-200 was carrying 155 passengers, including seven crewmembers. Photo: Relatives hold a picture of family members as they wait for news from the missing AirAsia plane at Juanda Airport, in Surabaya, Indonesia, 29 December 2014
The Airbus A320-200 was carrying 155 passengers, including seven crewmembers. Photo: Relatives hold a picture of family members as they wait for news from the missing AirAsia plane at Juanda Airport, in Surabaya, Indonesia, 29 December 2014
The Airbus A320-200 was carrying 155 passengers, including seven crewmembers. Photo: Relatives hold a picture of family members as they wait for news from the missing AirAsia plane at Juanda Airport, in Surabaya, Indonesia, 29 December 2014
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Most of the passengers were from Indonesia
Most of the passengers were from Indonesia
Most of the passengers were from Indonesia
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Indonesia took the lead in search operation for the airliner, because the contact was lost with the jet, when it was flying in its responsibility zone. Photo: Commander of the Search and Rescue (SAR) Team of the Indonesian Navy points to a search area on a map at the Navy Port, in Batam, Riau, Indonesia
Indonesia took the lead in search operation for the airliner, because the contact was lost with the jet, when it was flying in its responsibility zone. Photo: Commander of the Search and Rescue (SAR) Team of the Indonesian Navy points to a search area on a map at the Navy Port, in Batam, Riau, Indonesia
Indonesia took the lead in search operation for the airliner, because the contact was lost with the jet, when it was flying in its responsibility zone. Photo: Commander of the Search and Rescue (SAR) Team of the Indonesian Navy points to a search area on a map at the Navy Port, in Batam, Riau, Indonesia
© EPA/MASSULIS MBASAN
On December 30 the head of Indonesia’s national search and rescue agency confirmed that the discovered debris in the sea belonged to the missing passenger aircraft
On December 30 the head of Indonesia’s national search and rescue agency confirmed that the discovered debris in the sea belonged to the missing passenger aircraft
On December 30 the head of Indonesia’s national search and rescue agency confirmed that the discovered debris in the sea belonged to the missing passenger aircraft
© EPA/ADI WEDA
Photo: Members of an Indonesian Air Force crew carry what is believed to be an emergency slide from the AirAsia plane
Photo: Members of an Indonesian Air Force crew carry what is believed to be an emergency slide from the AirAsia plane
Photo: Members of an Indonesian Air Force crew carry what is believed to be an emergency slide from the AirAsia plane
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Photo: Airplane parts and a suitcase found floating on the water near the site where AirAsia Flight 8501 disappeared
Photo: Airplane parts and a suitcase found floating on the water near the site where AirAsia Flight 8501 disappeared
Photo: Airplane parts and a suitcase found floating on the water near the site where AirAsia Flight 8501 disappeared
© AP Photo/Dewi Nurcahyani
Indonesian rescuers recovered several bodies from the Java Sea, where a Malaysian passenger aircraft was discovered
Indonesian rescuers recovered several bodies from the Java Sea, where a Malaysian passenger aircraft was discovered
Indonesian rescuers recovered several bodies from the Java Sea, where a Malaysian passenger aircraft was discovered
© EPA/MADE NAGI
Photo: Relatives of the victims of Air Asia flight QZ 8501
Photo: Relatives of the victims of Air Asia flight QZ 8501
Photo: Relatives of the victims of Air Asia flight QZ 8501
© EPA/MADE NAGI
Rescuers continue working at the scene, where Indonesian Navy’s Bung Tomo-calss corvette discovered remains of the crashed airliner
Rescuers continue working at the scene, where Indonesian Navy’s Bung Tomo-calss corvette discovered remains of the crashed airliner
Rescuers continue working at the scene, where Indonesian Navy’s Bung Tomo-calss corvette discovered remains of the crashed airliner
© EPA/ADI WEDA
This is the third air incident this year involving Malaysia, where the low-cost airline in based. The plane’s loss comes after the still-unexplained disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in March and the crash Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in mid-July in eastern Ukraine
This is the third air incident this year involving Malaysia, where the low-cost airline in based. The plane’s loss comes after the still-unexplained disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in March and the crash Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in mid-July in eastern Ukraine
This is the third air incident this year involving Malaysia, where the low-cost airline in based. The plane’s loss comes after the still-unexplained disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in March and the crash Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in mid-July in eastern Ukraine
© EPA/WALLACE WOON
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Air Asia flight QZ 8501 disappeared from radar over the Java Sea shortly after takeoff from Surabaya in East Java en route to Singapore on 28 December morning. Photo: AirAsia check-in counter at Changi Airport in Singapore, 28 December 2014
© EPA/WALLACE WOON
The Airbus A320-200 was carrying 155 passengers, including seven crewmembers. Photo: Relatives hold a picture of family members as they wait for news from the missing AirAsia plane at Juanda Airport, in Surabaya, Indonesia, 29 December 2014
© EPA/MADE NAGI
Most of the passengers were from Indonesia
© EPA/MADE NAGI
Indonesia took the lead in search operation for the airliner, because the contact was lost with the jet, when it was flying in its responsibility zone. Photo: Commander of the Search and Rescue (SAR) Team of the Indonesian Navy points to a search area on a map at the Navy Port, in Batam, Riau, Indonesia
© EPA/MASSULIS MBASAN
On December 30 the head of Indonesia’s national search and rescue agency confirmed that the discovered debris in the sea belonged to the missing passenger aircraft
© EPA/ADI WEDA
Photo: Members of an Indonesian Air Force crew carry what is believed to be an emergency slide from the AirAsia plane
© EPA/BAGUS INDAHONO
Photo: Airplane parts and a suitcase found floating on the water near the site where AirAsia Flight 8501 disappeared
© AP Photo/Dewi Nurcahyani
Indonesian rescuers recovered several bodies from the Java Sea, where a Malaysian passenger aircraft was discovered
© EPA/MADE NAGI
Photo: Relatives of the victims of Air Asia flight QZ 8501
© EPA/MADE NAGI
Rescuers continue working at the scene, where Indonesian Navy’s Bung Tomo-calss corvette discovered remains of the crashed airliner
© EPA/ADI WEDA
This is the third air incident this year involving Malaysia, where the low-cost airline in based. The plane’s loss comes after the still-unexplained disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in March and the crash Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in mid-July in eastern Ukraine
© EPA/WALLACE WOON

Indonesian rescuers recovered several bodies from the Java Sea, where a Malaysian passenger aircraft was discovered on December 30 after it went missing. The AirAsia jet was en route from Surabaya, the second largest city in Indonesia, to Singapore. The Airbus A320-200 was carrying 155 passengers, including seven crewmembers. 

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