Divers pursue pings at AirAsia crash site
Indonesian searchers say they have detected ping signals, presumably from the flight recorders of AirAsia plane that crashed last month. So far, 48 bodies have been found in the Java Sea off Borneo.
Indonesian officials said on Friday that divers were trying to locate flight recorders sending signals and thought to have detached from Flight QZ8501’s tail section.
The tail was found on Wednesday, upturned on the shallow seabed about 30 kilometers (20 miles) from the last known location of the Airbus A320-200.
Indonesian recovery teams took maritime lifting balloons by helicopter to the site on Friday ahead of an attempt to raise the tail to the surface.
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Source News: DW