Efforts to search for the flight data recorders from the crashed AirAsia passenger plane has resumed, as weather conditions improve over the Java Sea.
The plane, which was flying from Surabaya, Indonesia to Singapore on December 28, disappeared from the radar.
Rescue teams have so far recovered 37 bodies but said the remains of most victims are thought to still be in the plane.
Bad weather is said to hamper attempts to reach large objects thought to still be in the plane.
Officials told news men on Monday that Sonar equipment had been deployed underwater, but bad weather had stopped divers from entering the water.Follow Us on Social Media
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