Hopes of locating wreckage of the missing AirAsia flight QZ8501 were raised when debris was spotted by an aircraft on Tuesday afternoon.
An aircraft from the Indonesian National Search and Rescue Agency (Basarnas) spotted the debris after 4pm AEDT near Pangkalanbun off the island of Borneo, a Basarnas spokesman, Andriandi, said.The area of interest is quite close to where the plane first lost contact.
The aircraft circled the area at about 200 feet and was to be joined by another aircraft.
Three ships were heading to the area on Tuesday afternoon but it could not be confirmed how long it would take them to get there.
Reports of the floating debris came after Indonesian authorities virtuallydoubled the search areaon Tuesday morning to 156,000 square kilometres.
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