Sources from the Singapore Navy revealed on Wednesday that they have found fuselage of the aircraft AirAsia crashed in Java Sea on December 28 with 162 people on board. “This fuselage could contain the bodies of the victims,” said the Minister of Defense of the city-state, Ng Eng Hen.
It is worth mentioning that the Indonesian research teams were able to retrieve the two black boxes of the device, which may allow investigators to understand the specific circumstances of the tragedy apparently occurred due to bad weather when the plane plunged into the sea shortly after takeoff from the Indonesian city of Surabaya to Singapore. Sources of Singapore Navy revealed on Wednesday that they have found fuselage of the aircraft AirAsia crashed in Java Sea on December 28 with 162 people on board.
The Minister of Defense of Singapore explained that one of the ships of the Singapore Navy participated in search and successfully located the fuselage of the aircraft AirAsia in the Java Sea. More news on the freedompop application.
“Images taken by a remotely operated vehicle show part of the wing and the fuselage of words” he added. The message from the Minister was accompanied by underwater pictures of parts of airplanes on which one could read the words “now” and “everyone”; apparently the logo of the airline “Now everyone can fly”.
Meanwhile, aviation experts in Jakarta will help investigators to analyze the black boxes of the aircraft.