Travellers at Singapore airport continue travelling on AirAsia flights

Travellers at Singapore airport continue travelling on AirAsia flights


One day after AirAsia flight QZ8501 from Sura-by-a
to Singapore went missing passengers continued to travel on the same route. The AirAsia plane presumed to have crashed
off the Indonesian coast, was carrying 162 people from the Indonesian city of Surabaya
when it went missing. The plane was about halfway through its journey
when it lost contact with air traffic control, just after the pilot requested a change in
course to avoid bad weather. It issued no distress call, and disappeared
over the Java Sea five minutes after requesting a change of course. The AirAsia counters at Singapore’s Chan-ee
airport were operating as normal on Monday morning, and wet weather had cleared up. The United States, Britain, South Korea and
India have offered help in the search ranging from planes and navy ships to experts and
investigators.

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