As the search continues to another missing passenger airliner, Indonesian search and rescue teams fear that Flight 8501, carrying 162 people may have crashed.
Airasia is facing it's worst nightmare after the pioneer low-cost air travel to Southeast Asia may be loosing face with the flying public.
The Indonesian Air Force scans the horizon during search operations for the missing AirAsia flight 8501 jetliner over the waters of Karimata Strait in Indonesia. Search planes and ships from several countries are scouring Indonesian waters over which the AirAsia jet disappeared, more than a day into the region's latest aviation mystery.
Flight 8501 vanished Sunday in airspace thick with storm clouds on its way from Surabaya, Indonesia, to Singapore.The missing AirAsia Indonesia flight QZ8501 is likely to be at the bottom of the sea, the head of Indonesia's search-and-rescue agency has said.
The search continues for an aircraft with 162 people on board, but no trace has been found so far. Airbus A320-200 was on a flight to Singapore. http://www.airasia.com