An AirAsia plane traveling from Surabaya, Indonesia to Singapore has lost contact with air traffic control, Indonesia’s Metro TV reported on Sunday.
QZ 8501 took off from Surabaya on Sunday morning and was scheduled to land at Changi Airport at 0830 hrs, according to Metro TV.
Indonesia air traffic control lost contact at around 0710 hrs, said the report. The aircraft reportedly lost contact while it was flying over Kalimantan island.
The news was confirmed by Air Asia in their Facebook page.
The missing flight is an Airbus A320-200 with 155 people on board, Reuters reports.
H/T: The Straits Times