Search for AirAsia Flight Suspended for Night

Search suspended after day two due to darkness.
Search suspended after day two due to darkness.

Plane Likely at Bottom of the Sea – Official

SURBAYA – AVIATION – Search planes and ships from several countries on Monday were scouring Indonesian waters over which an AirAsia jet carrying 162 people disappeared on Sunday. A top search official says the plane is likely ‘at the bottom of the sea.’ (Dec. 29).

The search has been suspended for the night due to darkness.

AirAsia Indonesia has received confirmation from The National Search and Rescue Agency Republic of Indonesia (BASARNAS) that an international search and rescue mission from Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia has been mobilized in the search of flight QZ8501. The mission in Surabaya has resumed today at 06.00 AM LT (GMT+7).

AirAsia Indonesia continue to support these efforts and has been actively cooperating with the search and rescue authorities.

AirAsia Indonesia’s primary focus remains on the families and Sunu Widyatmoko, Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia Indonesia is currently stationed at the family centre in Surabaya. We have been keeping the families updated on the search and rescue efforts as well as provide emotional support. Another group of AirAsia officials are providing the same to the families based in Singapore.

An emergency call centre has been established and available for families seeking information. The number is +622129270811 or 031-8690855 or 031-2986790 (Surabaya).

Family members of QZ8501, please contact:
Malaysia: +60 3 21795959
Indonesia: +62 2129270811
Singapore: +65 63077688
Korea: 007 98142069940

Search suspended after day two due to darkness.
Search suspended after day two due to darkness.
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