14 Things We Can Learn From 2014

The end of a year always calls for reflection

From airplane disasters to the outbreak of Ebola, 2014 saw irrevocable tragedies, causing many to lose their loved ones. There were also good news like Singapore being Lonely Planet’s top destination and the successful fundraising for ALS.

Here’s a look back in the year 2014 and 14 things we can learn from it:

1. Tell Someone You Love Them
2. Stay Law By Law
3. Need For Calmness Amidst Calamity
4. Never Be Complacent
5. Count Your Blessings
6. Narcissism Can Be Good
7. Seize The Day
8. Champion A Cause, But Not At The Expense Of Another
9. Not To Take Singapore’s Peace And Stability For Granted
10. Karma Exists
11. Beware Of Backstabbers (Literally)
12. Bend Around The Ban
13. A Little Personal Touch Goes A Long Way
 14. Grow As A Nation


Search for the missing AirAsia flight QZ8501

Update: AirAsia Plane Body Count Rises; Choppy Weather Hinders Rescue
Divers Stand By in High Swells; Of 7 Bodies Found, One Wore Life Jacket

The possibility bodies have washed ashore on Indonesia’s coasts has pushed officials to expand the AirAsia recovery zone. The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio discusses with Southeast Asia bureau chief Patrick McDowell

Rescuers continued their grim task of recovering bodies from the crash site of an AirAsia jet in shallow, choppy waters off Borneo on Wednesday, including one in a flight-attendant’s uniform and another wearing a life jacket.

Indonesian search-and-rescue chief Bambang Soelistyo said as of Wednesday morning, the bodies of four men and three women had been recovered since debris of the plane was spotted on Tuesday about 20 miles from the plane’s last recorded position on radar.

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Six more bodies recovered

Search and rescue workers carry the body of a victim of the AirAsia flight in Pangkalanbun. Photo: Getty Images

Six more bodies of victims from AirAsia flight QZ8501 were pulled from the ocean overnight as a team of 50-plus divers hoped that on Friday, finally, they could descend to the crash site.

The newly found bodies bring the total recovered to 14 and, like the eight already recovered and flown to Surabaya for identification, were found in a search site away from the main fuselage of the plane, having floated there on ocean currents.

They are due to be evacuated on Friday from the port of Pangkalanbun, the closest to the crash site, to Surabaya, where the families and police identification units are waiting for them.

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French black box search team arrives at AirAsia crash area as first victim buried in Surabaya
Nine bodies had been recovered from the Airbus A320-200, which crashed on Sunday en route to Singapore from the Indonesian city of Surabaya with 162 people on board

A specialist black box search team sent by the French crash investigation agency arrived in the possible crash area of an AirAsia flight off Borneo early on Friday after heavy seas forced divers to halt their search the day before.

France’s BEA crash investigation agency assists in the investigation of any air crash involving an Airbus aircraft because the company is France-based.

"During the morning of January 2nd, local time, a ship will be taking the investigators to the search area, with detection equipment including hydrophones, in order to try to locate the acoustic beacons from the two flight recorders," BEA said in a statement.

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Body found with life jacket on as sonar discovers wreckage
A sonar scan has found the wreckage of the plane (Picture: AP)

At least one person on doomed AirAsia flight 8501 was wearing a life jacket, it has been confirmed. The discovery of the body raises questions over what happened to the flight as it suggests some passengers may have been alive when the plane entered the water.

It was also revealed that Indonesian search officials have now found the fuselage of the plane, upside down on the Java sea bed.

They discovered a shadow shortly before darkness in water that is up to 165ft deep.

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Bad Weather Hobbles Indonesia Jet Recovery; 7 Bodies Found

The weather prevented divers from retrieving bodies in the Java Sea on Wednesday, and helicopters were largely grounded, but ships were still scouring the area.

Sonar images identified what appeared to be large parts of the plane, but strong currents were moving the wreckage.

"It seems all the wreckage found has drifted more than 50 kilometers from yesterday's location," said Vice Air Marshal Sunarbowo Sandi, search and rescue coordinator in Pangkalan Bun on Borneo island, the closest town to the site. "We are expecting those bodies will end up on beaches."

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Bad weather hampers AirAsia recovery

Efforts to locate victims and wreckage of AirAsia flight QZ8501 which crashed into the Java Sea in Indonesia on Sunday are being hampered by stormy weather and strong tides.

Indonesian officials have confirmed that remains and debris found in the waters off Borneo are from the plane.

The authorities say that seven bodies have now been retrieved.

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Sonar images of QZ8501 show plane broke up when it hit water

According to a Wall Street Journal report, Indonesia's search-and-rescue agency had obtained a sonar image it says may be the body of the missing plane at the bottom of the Java Sea. The newspaper quoted the agency as saying the image appeared to show an aircraft upside down in 24-30 meters (78-98 feet) of water.

According to a Reuters report, the discovery of fully clothed bodies could indicate the plane was intact when it hit the water and support a theory that the Airbus A320-200 suffered an aerodynamic stall and plunged into the sea. "The fact that the debris appears fairly contained suggests the aircraft broke up when it hit the water, rather than in the air," said Neil Hansford, a former pilot and chairman of consultancy firm Strategic Aviation Solutions told Reuters.

Indonesia searchers have found the wreckage of the plane. According to a CNN report, Indonesia has found the wreckage of the AirAsia Flight QZ8501 at the bottom of the Java Sea with the help of sonar equipment. The report on CNN adds, that searchers added that they "still don't know if it's in one piece or broken up."

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'Large, dark object' spotted on sea bed believed to be missing plane
Ships and planes have been scouring the Java Sea for the missing aircraft since Sunday
A large, dark object spotted on the sea bed is believed to be missing AirAsia plane QZ8501, an Indonesian official has said

Bodies and debris were found in the area near to where a sonar image is reported to have revealed the underwater mass.

Ships and planes have been scouring the Java Sea for the missing flight since Sunday, when it vanished with 162 people on board during bad weather about 40 minutes into its flight from the Indonesian city of Surabaya to Singapore. Indonesian rescuers have recovered various items, including luggage, and seven bodies floating in shallow waters off Borneo.

“It's about 30 to 50 metres (100 to 165 feet) underwater,” Hernanto, an official with the search and rescue agency, said of the sonar image.

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One body from AirAsia plane found with life jacket
Members of Indonesian search and rescue team carry the body of a passenger of AirAsia flight QZ 8501

A body recovered from the crashed AirAsia plane was wearing a lifejacket, an official with Indonesia's search and rescue agency has said.

"This morning, we recovered a total of four bodies and one of them was wearing a life jacket," said Tatang Zaenudin, an official with the search and rescue agency.

Indonesian rescuers believe they have found the wreck of the plane on the ocean floor off Borneo, after sonar detected a large, dark object beneath waters where debris and bodies were found floating.

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’Of three found, one was a child’
Of the three bodies of victims of the ill fated plane fished out of the waters of Belitung yesterday, one is that of a child's

detik.com reports that officials said that bodies spotted from the Hercules army plane were of two males and one of a female.

"One male was of a man and another of a boy's," said officials involved in the SAR operations until 7pm yesterday.

The search continues today at first light of dawn.

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Only three bodies recovered in AirAsia hunt, not 40

Indonesia's National Search and Rescue Agency chief said Tuesday that just three bodies had been recovered so far in the search for the AirAsia plane which crashed in the Java Sea, after another official said 40 had been found.

"Today we evacuated three bodies and they are now in the warship Bung Tomo," Bambang Soelistyo told a news conference in Jakarta, adding that they were two females and one male.

Navy spokesman Manahan Simorangkir told AFP earlier that according to naval radio a warship had recovered more than 40 bodies from the sea. But he later said that report was a miscommunication by his staff.

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AirAsia relatives distraught as 40 bodies found in sea
Family members of passengers on board AirAsia flight QZ8501 cry at a waiting area in Juanda International Airport in Surabaya. Image by: BEAWIHARTA / REUTERS

An Indonesian warship recovered more than 40 bodies from the sea Tuesday in the search for the AirAsia jet, a navy spokesman told AFP.

"Based on the navy radio, it has been reported that the warship Bung Tomo has retrieved 40 bodies and the number is growing. They are very busy now," Manahan Simorangkir said.

At least two distraught family members were carried out on stretchers from the room where they had been waiting for news in Surabaya, Indonesia's second largest city -- the take-off point for the aircraft that disappeared during a storm on Sunday.

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Bodies found in AirAsia search zone, dimming hopes for survivors

Six bloated bodies and debris seen floating in Indonesian waters Tuesday painfully ended the mystery of AirAsia Flight 8501, which crashed into the Java Sea with 162 people aboard and was lost to searchers for more than two days.

The bodies were found about 160 kilometres from land and 10 kilometres from the plane’s last known co-ordinates. The plane vanished Sunday on its way from Surabaya, Indonesia, to Singapore after encountering storm clouds.

The six bodies were recovered, swollen but intact, and taken to an Indonesian navy ship, First Admiral Sigit Setiayanta, the Naval Aviation Center commander at the Surabaya air force base, told reporters. The corpses did not have life jackets on.

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Fury as AirAsia families shown live footage of floating bodies being recovered from missing plane
Footage was aired on Indonesian TV stations in split-screen footage that showed relatives' reactions

Media stations have been criticised for showing split-screen footage of distraught families as they were watched live footage of bodies from missing AirAsia flight QZ8501 being recovered from the water.

TV One, an Indonesian news channel, screened images from rescue crews as they encountered the debris and bodies found earlier today in the Java Sea, off the coast on Borneo, on a split screen interposed with live reaction from the families of passengers.

In Surabaya airport where the passengers' family were gathered in a 'crisis centre', six giant flat screen TVs were reported to have played the footage immediately emerging from the scene of discovery.

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Chaos erupts at airport over TV station footage

Chaos erupted at Juanda International Airport’s crisis centre here as relatives of the doomed Indonesia AirAsia Flight QZ8501 watched footage on a local TV station which showed a floating body and debris sighted by the Indonesian Search and Rescue team (SAR) in Pangkalan Bun, central Kalimantan.

Wailing, screaming and non-stop crying ensued from the distraught and hysterical next-of-kin.

One man covered his face and had to be held up by two other men before he fainted and was taken out by stretcher. Another woman was screaming and crying as she was supported by the mayor of Surabaya.

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AirAsia rescuers pull bodies from sea
Words cannot express how sorry I am, says airline boss

Indonesian rescuers searching for an AirAsia plane carrying 162 people pulled bodies and wreckage from the sea off the coast of Borneo yesterday, prompting relatives of those on board watching TV footage to break down in tears.

Indonesia AirAsia’s Flight QZ8501, an Airbus A320-200, lost contact with air traffic control early on Sunday during bad weather on a flight from the Indonesian city of Surabaya to Singapore.

The navy said 40 bodies had been recovered. The plane has yet to be found.

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More than 40 bodies retrieved from AirAsia plane 8501, says Indonesian Navy

3.15 pm: More than 40 bodies retrieved from AirAsia plane 8501, says Indonesian Navy - Even as the search for missing AirAsia plane 8501 continues, Indonesian navy says they have found more than 40 bodies of those who were travelling in the aircraft.

3.00 pm: Here's a video of search operations for missing AirAsia flight. An Associated Press video shows debris floating in the sea off Borneo Islands.

1.34 pm: 6 bodies retrieved where AirAsia's QZ8501 disappeared - Indonesian officials on Tuesday spotted six bodies from the AirAsia flight that disappeared two days earlier, and recovered three of them, in a painful end to the aviation mystery off the coast of Borneo island.
The bodies were found in Java Sea waters about 10 kilometers (6 miles) from Flight QZ8501's last communications with air-traffic control. Images on local television showed at least one bloated corpse.

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Indonesia Navy says over 40 bodies pulled from sea
Rescuers aboard Indonesian warship Bun Tomo have so far retrieved 40 bodies and more bodies continue to be recovered, said Navy spokesman

Local media reports from Indonesia say that at least six bodies have been retrieved from the sea.

Officials say that most of the debris floating in the sea is of red and white colour - the colour of the missing AirAsia Flight 8501.

Watching the footage of bodies being spotted on TV, relatives of the ill-fated plane's passengers broke into tears and hugged each other as if silently sharing the grief, said an AFP report.

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More than 40 bodies and debris found at crash site
At least 40 bodies and debris from the missing AirAsia passenger jet have been found by search and rescue teams

Families wept uncontrollably and one man collapsed as distressing images of bodies floating in the Java Sea were broadcast on Indonesian television.

A shadow has also been spotted on the sea bed - thought to be no more than 30metres deep - believed to be the main fuselage of the Airbus 320.

CEO of AirAsia Tony Fernandes said his heart is "filled with sadness" following the devastating news as he heads to a crisis centre in Surabaya.

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Authorities Say They've Found Wreckage and Bodies, Likely from AirAsia

Search teams find dozens of bodies and debris floating in the Java Sea and officials are all but certain that they are from Flight QZ8501 - and that the airliner crashed into the water.

Teams searching for AirAsia Flight QZ8501 have found more than 40 bodies along with debris floating in the Java Sea southwest of Borneo, and it is “95 percent likely” the objects are from the missing plane, Indonesian civil aviation officials announced Tuesday. At least three bodies were recovered Tuesday evening local time and a ship was dispatched to ferry the remains to the nearest city, probably in Kalimantan. Searchers reported seeinga  large shadow on the seabed, suggesting the crashed jet has been located.

Indonesian military aircraft and some ships spotted several objects, including an airplane’s emergency exit door, an emergency slide and square metal objects, as well as the bodies, floating in the sea, beginning around 11 a.m. local time, Bambang Soelistyo, Indonesia’s search-and-rescue chief said, at a press conference in Jakarta that was broadcast live. Other officials told reporters searchers also spotted a life vest and baggage in the water. Within hours the Indonesian Navy said dozens of bodies were being seen.

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Debris in sea '95% likely' from AirAsia Flight QZ8501

After three days of intense searching, Indonesian officials say they think they've found debris from AirAsia Flight QZ8501 in the waters off the island of Borneo.

Objects spotted in the sea are "95% likely" to be from the plane that went missing Sunday with 162 people on board, Bambang Sulistyo, the head of Indonesia's search and rescue agency, said Tuesday.

A search team on a plane spotted the shadow of an object that looked like a plane in the water. Further searching discovered floating objects believed to be the bodies of passengers, and then what appeared to be an emergency exit of the plane, Sulistyo told a news conference.

related: Official: Debris likely from AirAsia Flight QZ8501

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Search for missing AirAsia jetliner yields no solid evidence of its location or fate

As the search for a missing AirAsia passenger plane stretched into its third day, authorities widened their hunt and asked for outside help, even as hopes dimmed among families of the 162 people aboard the jet.

Indonesian authorities said Monday they believe the plane already lies at the bottom of the sea, complicating the search and prompting them to ask the United States, Britain and France for more advanced equipment.

The Pentagon said details of that assistance are still being worked out, but would likely include “air, surface and sub-surface detection capabilities.”

related: Indonesian official says missing AirAsia jet is believed to be at the bottom of the sea

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The search continues: Agonising hunt for jet
Indian sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik gives the final touches to his sand sculpture portraying two missing aircraft, Air Asia QZ8501 and Malaysia Airlines MH370 on Golden Sea Beach at Puri. Source: AFP

INTERNATIONAL rescue teams are set to resume the search for AirAsia flight QZ8501 as families of those on board enter a third day of agony with little information to guide them.

The plane, with 155 passengers and 7 crew on-board, has been missing since Sunday afternoon when it is believed to have flown into severe thunderstorms between Indonesia and its destination, Singapore.

Twelve navy ships, five planes, three helicopters and a number of warships are taking part in the search, along with ships and planes from Singapore and Malaysia, and Australia’s Orion.

See how the story unfolded here
Flight QZ8501: Your questions answered
The faces of the plane disaster
How other planes dodged the storm
‘See you and goodbye forever’

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Missing AirAsia flight QZ8501 day 3
The search and locate operations for the missing AirAsia flight QZ8501 continues on day 3, Tuesday (Dec 30). About 30 ships and 15 aircraft have been mobilised for a multi-national search

7.35AM: The US Navy has said that the USS Sampson, a destroyer, will be deployed. It is scheduled to reach the search area later on Tuesday.

7.07AM: The search for the missing plane has resumed on Day 3, Tuesday (Dec 30).

5.44AM: "Been one of my toughest days": AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes has tweeted that he has spent a large part of the day meeting families of passengers and the crew, except for three families, that of the engineer, flight officer and one crew member. "The relatives of my crew were inspirational and so moving ... gave me huge strength," he said.

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Objects spotted in AirAsia sea search area, officials say
The flight path and last known position of AirAsia Flight 8501

An Indonesian helicopter saw two oily spots in the search area for the missing AirAsia jetliner Monday, and an Australian search plane spotted objects hundreds of miles away, but it was too early to know whether either was connected to the aircraft and its 162 passengers and crew, officials said.

Flight 8501 vanished Sunday on a flight from Indonesia to Singapore. Earlier, a rescue official said the plane is likely "at the bottom of the sea."

The search expanded Monday, with planes and ships from several countries taking part.

AirAsia Flight 8501 search suspended in Indonesia

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Pope prays for passengers as Indonesia fails to find missing flight

Speaking at the conclusion of his Sunday Angelus, the Pope says, “With affection and prayers, I am close to their family members and those who are living through these difficult situations with apprehension and suffering as well those who are involved in the rescue operations,”

Pope Francis prays for the passengers of the missing Asian airplane as hopes began to fade that anyone might be found alive.

Even as Indonesia's vice president says his government is battling to find the missing passenger jet but relatives of those on-board face a second night of uncertainty. Dozens of scarlet-eyed family members packed into a cramped annex of Indonesia's Surabaya airport, where the flight took off early on Sunday morning, are desperately hoping for news.

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What is known about the flight and what possible causes will be investigated?

Many Indonesian airlines are banned from Europe because of safety concerns. Is Indonesia Air Asia on that list? - No. It is one of five airlines specifically excluded from the blacklist. The EU has concerns about Indonesia’s airline regulators, but believes that Indonesia Air Asia maintains the highest standards of safety.

Air Asia is a budget airline - which could lead to speculation about whether costs were cut in a manner that might endanger safety? - There is absolutely no evidence that Air Asia or any other low-cost airline has done anything to compromise safety. Until now, Air Asia - like many other budget carriers - has had a faultless safety record.

The aircraft is the third belonging to airlines based in Malaysia that has been lost this year. Is that significant? - It has indeed been a tragic year, with the loss - still unexplained - of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in March, the shooting down of flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine in July, and now QZ8501. But no conclusions can be drawn - the first two disasters were unconnected, and there is no indication that QZ8501 has any connection apart from that awful coincidence. Whether or not there are survivors from QZ8501, 2014 has been the worst year of this decade so far in terms of passenger aviation.

'Nightmare' of missing AirAsia jet
Missing plane search stepped up 
Malaysia Airlines MH370 shot down by US military: Former airline CEO Marc Dugain

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AirAsia Flight 8501 compared to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

At first glance, the disappearance of AirAsia Flight 8501 echoes that of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The airline, and regional governments, have so far failed to explain how this happened, but the circumstances surrounding its disappearance, and the reaction of all involved, are shaping up to be very different, reports CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano.

AirAsia Flight 8501 left the Indonesian city of Surabaya bound for Singapore around 5:30 am Sunday morning. Approximately 40 minutes later, Indonesian air traffic control lost contact with the plane over the Java Sea.

It sounds eerily similar to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which vanished last March en route to Beijing. But while some similarities exist, their trajectories are strikingly different.

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AirAsia Flight 8501 vanishes: What we know so far

If the deaths of Flight 8501’s passengers are confirmed, Malaysia-based AirAsia and the nation’s only other airline, Malaysia Airlines, will have suffered the three deadliest aviation disasters of 2014.

MH370: A Malayasia Airlines Boeing 777, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, disappeared on March 8 with 239 people on board. The plane's wreckage has not been found.

MH17: Another Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was shot down over eastern Ukraine on July 17, killing all 298 people on board.

related: Malaysia Airlines tragedies

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Moment AirAsia missing plane disappeared from flight radar

AirAsia Flight QZ8501, which is operated by Indonesia, lost contact with ground control on Sunday en route to Singapore after requesting permission to change route due to bad weather.

Flight radar data shows the plane disappearing from the radar screen over the Java Sea on Sunday morning.
There are 162 aboard, including one British national.

Australia, Singapore and Malaysia have deployed planes and ships to assist in the Indonesian search for Flight QZ8501.

Kalla: 'Navy have verified report of objects' in AirAsia search
Watch: AirAsia plane likely at 'bottom of sea'
How the search for missing AirAsia flight will unfold
What happened to missing AirAsia Flight QZ8501?

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Missing AirAsia flight: Search operation to expand to land Tuesday
Military and rescue authorities monitor progress of the search. - Reuters

The search and locate operation for the missing Indonesia AirAsia flight QZ8501 will expand to land on Tuesday, the chief of Indonesia's search and rescue agency Basarnas told reporters late on Monday.

"Search operations tomorrow will expand to land, to, among others, the western part of west Kalimantan province," said F. H. Bambang Soelistyo at a media briefing in Jakarta.

He said the multinational operation involving from Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and South Korea would continue in the Java sea past dusk on Monday. Air operations will continue on Tuesday morning.

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What may have happened to the missing plane
Concerned relatives await news of the Air Asia missing plane at Juanda Airport, Surabaya, Indonesia

It is way too early to know for sure, but here are some options. The plane was in the safest part of flight: Just 10 percent of fatal crashes from 2004 through 2013 occurred while a plane was at cruise elevation, according to a safety study published by Boeing in August.

Passing through bad weather such as severe thunderstorms could have been a factor. Airbus jets have sophisticated computers that automatically adjust to wind shears or other weather disruptions. But weather - combined with pilot errors - has played a role in past air disasters that occurred at cruise elevation, including the 2009 Air France Flight 447 crash over the Atlantic Ocean.

Another possibility is some type of catastrophic metal fatigue caused by the cycle of pressurisation and depressurisation associated with each takeoff and landing cycle. This A320 had had 13,600 takeoffs and landings. Many occurred in humid climate, which speeds corrosion. Still, metal fatigue is unlikely because this plane is only 6 years old.

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Full Coverage:
Biz Standard: Plane wreckage at bottom of sea, bad weather hampers recovery
New Zealand Herald: Sonar detects fuselage upside down on sea floor
Irish Examiner: Body wearing life jacket recovered in AirAsia plane search
RTE: One body from AirAsia plane found with life jacket
Zee News: Indonesia believes it has found AirAsia flight QZ8501 on sea bed
Irish Times: AirAsia flight search hampered by bad weather
Getty Images: Recovery Operation Begins For AirAsia Wreckage Discovered
Firstpost: AirAsia Live: Modi condoles death; sonar images of missing QZ8501
swissinfo: Indonesia believes it has found AirAsia plane on sea bed
Chicago Sun: Indonesia: Sonar Shows Wreck of AirAsia Jet on Sea Floor
Reuters: Indonesia says one body from AirAsia plane was wearing life jacket
Straits Times: Indonesia search agency says one body was wearing life
Voice of America: Bad Weather Complicates Search for AirAsia Victims
Xinhua: Sonar technology may tell whereabouts of AirAsia plane: searchers
Denver Post: Searchers resume hunt for Flight 8501 a day after debris recovery
The Guardian: victim was wearing life jacket, raising fresh questions over disaster
The Independent: 'Large, dark object' spotted on sea bed believed to
RT: ​Victim found in life jacket, fuselage detected by sonar
postzambia.com: AirAsia plane search finds bodies, debris
Mirror.co.uk: Plane wreckage 'lying 50metres underwater on sea bed'
GMA News: Rescuers start retrieving bodies from AirAsia crash site
Saskatoon Star: Bodies, debris recovered in sea
Astro Awani: QZ8501: Bad weather halts recovery effort
Newsday: Bodies found in Indonesian waters where plane disappeared
ABC News: Bodies Retrieved in Search for Missing AirAsia Jet
iAfrica.com: AirAsia search: Bodies, debris found
Jakarta Post: Bodies found in Indonesian waters where plane disappeared
News Everyday: 40 Bodies from Missing AirAsia Flight Recovered
iAfrica.com: AirAsia search: Bodies, debris found
Daily Mail: AirAsia plane crash caps disastrous 2014 for aviation
gulfnews: 40 bodies found in AirAsia missing jet search
Economic Times: 40 bodies, debris from missing AirAsia plane pulled from sea
Belfast Telegraph: Debris found off coast confirmed as missing plane
Firstpost: AirAsia: Over 40 bodies found in Java Sea where QZ8501 disappeared
Firstpost: Live: My heart is filled with sadness, says AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes
Zee News: AirAsia hunt LIVE: Indonesia Navy says over 40 bodies pulled from sea
Star Online: AirAsia QZ8501: Najib extends condolences to victims' families
Star Online: Missing AirAsia flight: More than 40 bodies retrieved, says Indonesian
Star Online: Missing AirAsia flight: Fernandes issues heartfelt apology to next-of-kin
Jakarta Post: Psychiatrists, psychologists readied to assist AirAsia
Jakarta Globe: Family Victims of AirAsia QZ8501Reaction
Epoch Times: Indonesia's West Kalimantan Included in Search for AirAsia QZ-8501
Times of India: AirAsia flight QZ8501: India offers to assist Indonesia in search
New Zealand Herald: Pilot's request to climb denied minutes before disappearance
NPR: Still No Signs Of Missing AirAsia Airplane As Indonesia Seeks US Help
KEYC: Second Malaysia-Based Plane Disappears in Less Than a Year
Refinery: Major Crashes Aside, It's Still Really Safe To Fly
NBCNews: Indonesia Asks for US Help in Search for Missing AirAsia Plane
USA TODAY: AirAsia's disappearance feels like deja vu
The Australian: AirAsia flight QZ8501: plane's tracking device wasn't upgraded
Nigerian Tribune: Missing planes, air disasters: How bad was 2014?
Economic Times: AirAsia jet hunt widens, no emergency signal detected
Star Online: Sightings of objects not verified yet
Star Online: Missing AirAsia flight: Jakarta seeks Washington's help
Channel News Asia: LIVE BLOG: Missing AirAsia flight QZ8501 day 3
Zee News: AirAsia: Pope prays for passengers as Indonesia says missing plane
USA TODAY: AirAsia Flight 8501: What we know
Zee News: AirAsia QZ8501 missing ​LIVE: Indonesia's VP says search operation
Herald Scotland: Indonesia says missing AirAsia plane could be at "bottom of sea"
Bangkok Post: AirAsia jet suspected in ocean
Washington Post: Disappointment turns to joy for families who missed ill-fated AirAsia
Huffington Post: The Differences Between MH370 And AirAsia Incidents
The Times: Family of Briton on lost plane 'preparing for the worst'
Discovery News: Airasia Plane Likely 'At Bottom of Sea': Official
ABC Online: AirAsia QZ8501:Skies getting safer,statistics show,despite major aviation
BBC News: AirAsia QZ8501: 'We do not know where the plane is'
The Daily Star: Allianz lead reinsurer to missing AirAsia plane
The Sun Daily: Search to resume Tuesday for missing AirAsia plane
The News International: Indonesia fears missing jet 'at bottom of sea'
Telegraph.co.uk: Why 2014 was a devastating year for world aviation
National Post: AirAsia plane at 'bottom of sea' as crews find oil in search area
Al Jazeera America: AirAsia jet likely at 'bottom of the sea,' officials say as hopes fade
NDTV: Stakes High for Indonesia As Aviation Safety in Spotlight Again
Detroit Free Press: Official: AirAsia jet likely at 'bottom of the sea'
NDTV: AirAsia Has Little Margin for Error in Crisis Over Missing Jet
Christian Science Monitor: Missing AirAsia jet caps devastating year for Malaysia
Firstpost: AirAsia: Objects spotted in sea not from flight QZ8501, search continues
The Week Magazine: AirAsia Flight 8501 8:28am ET
NDTV: Another Malaysia-Linked Plane Disappearance Spooks Air Travellers
San Francisco Chronicle: Q&A on what might have happened to AirAsia flight
Channel News Asia: The stories behind some passengers of QZ8501
Mirror.uk: Missing AirAsia plane QZ8501: Watch flight's radar path b4 it disappears
VICE News: Missing AirAsia Flight QZ8501 is Likely 'at the Bottom of the Sea,'
The Denver Post: Key developments in disappearance of AirAsia jet
Hindustan Times:Indonesia says missing AirAsia plane could be at 'bottom of sea'
The Globe: AirAsia Flight 8501 vanishes: What we know so far
Channel News Asia: No AirAsia flights had to be re-timed: Changi Airport Group
gulfnews: Unclear whether oil, objects found in sea linked to lost jet
Straits Times: Daughter of MH370 steward Maira tells AirAsia QZ8501 pilot's daughter
New York Times: Hope Dims for Finding Survivors From Missing AirAsia Plane
Channel News Asia: As AirAsia search ends second day, families can only wait
Straits Times: AirAsia flight QZ8501: Arrangements made for another 11 next-of-kin
Straits Times: AirAsia flight QZ8501: Search operation to expand to land
San Francisco Chronicle: Image of Asia: Air search for missing AirAsia jet
Getty Image: Search Continues For Missing AirAsia Plane
Business Recorder: Indonesia says missing AirAsia plane could be at 'bottom of sea'
BUSINESS TIMES: Indonesia fears missing jet 'at bottom of sea'
Mirror.co.uk: Missing AirAsia flight QZ8501: Firm apologised over 'your plane will never
Belfast Telegraph: AirAsia plane search goes on
The Independent: Family of missing Briton, Chi Man Choi, on AirAsia flight
CBS News: AirAsia Flight 8501 compared to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
Bangkok Post: AirAsia shares slump 8% in Malaysia after jet disappears
Business Standard: Hunt on for missing jet believed to be 'at bottom of sea'
Firstpost: AirAsia live: Objects spotted in sea not from flight QZ8501