Air Asia QZ8501
Indonesia has confirmed AirAsia flight QZ8501, which went missing 28 December 2014 en route from Surabaya in Indonesia to Singapore, crashed in to the Java Sea. The Airbus 302-200 vanished from radar while en route between Surabaya, Indonesia to Singapore on Sunday. There were 155 passengers on board, with 137 adults, 17 children and 1 infant. In detail, there were 2 pilots, 4 cabin crews and one engineer. Almost all of them were Indonesians, with the exception of a South Korean family of three, the French co-pilot, one Briton, one Singaporean and one Malaysian.
Debris and six bodies were retrieved from the Java Sea in an area near AirAsia Flight 8510 flight path.
Wreckage site is 10 miles from plane's last-known coordinates. The sea there is 80 to 100 feet deep.
Seven crew members and 155 passengers were on board, including 17 children and one infant.
Countries that offer helped:
Three warships in area and two others on their way, 12 search and rescue agency vessels and scores of small boats. Indonesia has one pinger locator for finding the plane's underwater locator beacon.
Two C-130 Hercules aircraft, two Super Puma helicopters, one Boeing maritime patrol plane, two CN-235 maritime patrol aircraft.
One AP-3C Orion maritime surveillance plane.
Two Hercules C-130 aircraft, a frigate and a missile corvette. Landing ship tank and submarine support and rescue vessel on standby.
Singapore has also offered two pinger locators.
One Hercules C-130, three ships.
Beijing has offered to send ships and aircraft.
Washington has also offered assistance if needed.