Official: Sonar may have detected wreckage from AirAsia Flight QZ8501

Publié: 31 décembre 2014 dans Informations générales, Transport aérien

WPIX 11 New York

 (CNN) — Indonesian searchers battled bad weather Wednesday in their efforts to find more remains from AirAsia Flight QZ8501, a day after the first signs of debris were spotted.

There was conflicting information about whether any parts of the plane had been located underwater.

One search official told CNN that he believes sonar equipment has detected wreckage from the plane at the bottom of the sea.

« I think that that’s the case, » said Muhammad Hernanto, the head of search and rescue for the city of Surabaya, where Flight 8501 began its journey on Sunday. He was dialing back earlier comments he made to CNN in which he said the sonar equipment had located wreckage from the plane.

Indonesia’s national search and rescue chief said the body of the aircraft hasn’t yet been discovered.

« Until now, we haven’t found the plane, » Bambang Soelistyo said, according to Indonesia’s national news agency…

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