terça-feira, 30 de dezembro de 2014

QZ8501: Resumed the search for the A320 from AirAsia

Planes and ships of Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore's resumed search operations by aircraft of Malaysian low-cost airline AirAsia missing since Sunday morning (local time).

On Board 155 passengers and 7 crew members.

The Airbus A320-200, flight QZ8501, disappeared from radar about the Java Sea after leaving the city of Surabaya Indonesia bound for Singapore capital.

It's been more than 12:0 am without any sign of the appliance. The owner of the airline offers support to families.

"Our priority is to take care of the families and do everything in our power. We don't know what happened to the aircraft. It is premature to talk about insurance, but all families ' costs will be borne by AirAsia, "said Tony Fernandes.

There are few clues about what happened. It is known that the experienced pilot, with over 20 thousand hours of flight time, notified the control tower that the weather conditions were bad and they would climb to altitude.

Nothing further is known of flight QZ8501.

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