The Indonesian navy has retrieved the tail section of AirAsia flight QZ8501 from the Java Sea, two weeks after it crashed killing all 162 people on
Eight Islamic clerics flew in a helicopter over the crash site of AirAsia Flight 8501 on Tuesday (January 6) to pray for those who perished and
Operations are underway in the waters off Indonesia to retrieve the tail assembly of the AirAsia Airbus that went down on December 28th. With an
Faith replaces hope as clerics fly over AirAsia search area and offer prayers for those lost at sea, and the divers attempting to find them
Progress in concluding the drama of the AirAsia flight that crashed in the sea off Indonesia continues very slowly, as three more bodies are found
An Indonesian naval patrol vessel has found what the captain said could be the tail of a missing AirAsia jet, the section where the crucial black box
The solemn procession of coffins continues, search teams have recovered four more bodies from the Java Sea bringing the total found to 34, as the
Officials claim to have found what they have been looking for, in their search for the wreckage of AirAsia flight QZ8501.
International experts with hi-tech acoustic detection equipment have joined the search for the wreckage of the AirAsia passenger jet which crashed on Sunday with 162 on board.
The search for a sunken AirAsia jet thought to have crashed off Borneo was being boosted on Friday with the arrival of a specialist multinational
Only air searches are continuing in the waters off Indonesia as divers wait for bad weather to ease before attempting a salvage operation on what is
Searchers in Indonesia say they have recorded sonar images of what appears to be the main fuselage of the crashed AirAsia plane
Searchers in Indonesia say they have obtained sonar images of what appears to be the main fuselage of the crashed AirAsia plane
Searchers in the Java Sea face the grim task of recovering bodies after confirmation that wreckage from the missing AirAsia flight has been found