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Surabaya - ray of hope appeared. One of the families who lost contact AirAsia slightly relieved. A message from his preaching if all passengers survived.
"Reportedly emergency landing in East Belitung, all survived. But we still need a certainty," said Intan of Ntt Djomy Martinus family.
Her sister to Singapore with his wife, a son and a baby sitter.
Diamonds are admitted on vacation to Surabaya received the news of his friend through BBM.
Information has also been submitted to the authorities in a crisis center Juanda Airport. But is it true that fuel the news? Until now there has been no confirmation from the relevant authorities.
originally posted by: daaskapital
a reply to: Bigburgh
I have no idea what you have been saying half of the time throughout this thread...lol...
In any case, i have read reports suggesting that the plane had circled near Belitung before succumbing to turbulence and crashing into the ocean.
3.40pm: Indonesian government officials are denying that the plane crashed east of Belitung as per some media reports, saying the information is still not verified.
Astro Awani reports based on Indonesian Aviation and Communications Ministry director, Djoko Murjatmodjo's comments that the team is still looking for signs of wreckage around the area where the plane was last reported to have been seen.
3pm: According to CCTV News quoting Indonesian authorities, there is "no possibility" for QZ8501 to continue flying hours after losing contact as it only had fuel to last four and a half hours.
The flight lost contact midway through its route to Singapore, during which it was flying mostly over water.
2.40pm: Indonesian national news agency Antarareports that the plane crashed about 145km from Belitung island.
The news agency had quoted a National Search and Rescue Agency (Basarnas) official as saying so, according to Jakarta Post.
originally posted by: Pistoche
So is it officially confirmed that a second Bermuda triangle has been found around Indonesia?