Search for remaining Air Asia victims has ended

Search for remaining Air Asia victims has ended

The search for the remaining victims of the Air Asia plane crash in the Java Sea has ended.

The passenger plane was flying from Indonesia to Singapore in December with 162 people on board when it disappeared.

The search effort recovered 106 bodies, 56 were lost at sea.

The plane is thought to have been attempting to fly above a storm.

Air investigators believe the plane could have stalled as it had climbed to an abnormal high level in the skies.

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