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It was not stormy weather that caused AirAsia's Flight QZ8501 to crash last December, say investigators, but a string of other factors including cracked soldering on a rudder control system.
Most of the victims' bodies have yet to be recovered, but the main section of the plane that crashed into the sea on December 28 has now been located.
Indonesian investigators also suggested the plane may have exploded directly before impact, though another official from the country suggested that was mere speculation.
The first significant piece of wreckage to be located, the portion of the plane's tail section could contain its voice and flight data recorders, helping investigators determine what caused it to crash on December 28.
Analysts and reports suggest the recent incidents involving Southeast Asian air carriers are perhaps indicative of broader issues facing commercial air travel worldwide.
Authorities are '95 percent' sure they have found the crash site of QZ5801 after spotting debris, the silhouette of a plane on the sea floor, and dozens of bodies.
Search operation for jet which disappeared over Java Sea enters second day as hopes fade for its 162 passengers and crew.
The Missing AirAsia Flight Looks Like the Latest in a Long String of Strange Southeast Asian Air Disasters
The disappearance of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 and its 155 passengers is the seventh incident involving Malaysia-based aircraft dating back to 1976.
The search for the missing AirAsia plane with 162 people on board has been halted as authorities wait until morning.