Airplane of AirAsia missing with 162 people aboard
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) --
An airplane Airbus 320-200 of Malaysian airplane AirAsia, flying with flight QZ8501 from Indonesia to Singapore, disappeared from radar on 28 December 2014.
The flight QZ8501 disappeared from radar at 6:17 local time (about 4:17 Tashkent time). The contact was lost about 42 minutes after takeoff from Surabaya airport.
According to the reports, Indonesian emergency service, the plane can fall to water near Belitung island (Indonesia). The plane has seven crew members and 155 passengers on board.
The airplane has fuel for 3.4 hours of flight and it cannot be flying. Indonesian transport ministry did not confirm information that the airplane crashed.
AirAsia is a Malaysian low-cost regional airline. It mainly carries out flights to countries of Southern-Eastern Asia. It also flies to Australia, Great Britain, France and Japan.