The search and rescue operation of AirAsia
flight QZ 8501, led by Indonesia's Search and Rescue Agency
(BASARNAS), enters its eleventh day today.
More than 40 vessels and 20 helicopters were
deployed on Tuesday, they focused on finding the exact location of the
plane’s wreckage as well as the black box.
The weather was cloudy with light rain and
waves at 2–3 meters. However, diver-visibility was limited as the
underwater current was still strong at around 4-5 knots.
To date, a
total of 39 remains, of which 16 have been identified, have been
Cockpit Voice Recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 Lifted from Sea,
SAR Divers Recover Flight Data Recorder of AirAsia QZ8501, Tail of AirAsia QZ8501 Lifted from Java
Divers Find Tail of QZ8501,
Search for AirAsia QZ8501 Continues,
Russian SAR Team Joins AirAsia QZ8501 Search,
Debris from AirAsia QZ8501 Found in Karimata Strait
AirAsia Flight Goes Missing Between Surabaya and Singapore.
Aviation Industry Addressing Aircraft Tracking Options,
Airlines Evaluating SITA’s Enhanced Aircraft Tracking Capability
Inmarsat to Provide Free Global Airline Tracking Service.
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