AirAsia plane search ended with bodies still missing

Indonesia is set to end the search for passengers still missing after an AirAsia jet crashed into the Java Sea late December. While more than a hundred bodies have been recovered, dozens are unaccounted for.

The search will soon end for the bodies of 56 people still missing from AirAsia flight QZ8501, which crashed amid stormy weather in the Java Sea midway through a two-hour flight from Surabaya in Indonesia to Singapore on December 28.

All 162 people aboard the Airbus A320-200 were killed. In total, 106 bodies have been recovered including three over the weekend.

“Some of our ships and personnel have been pulled back already and some remain on standby, but officially the operation will be finished on Sunday,” spokesman for the search and rescue agency Yusuf Latif told the Reuters news agency.
 
 
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