The Indonesia National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) has completed downloading the information from the flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder of the crashed AirAsia plane QZ8501.

The data was successfully converted and there were no issues with the quality, said NTSC air transport accident investigator Masruri.

According to Chairman of the NTSC Tatang Kurniadi, analysing the data, drawing conclusions, and publishing a final report on the crash will take at least ten more months.

While examining the plane debris, investigators found no signs the plane exploded before crashing into the Java Sea .

AirAsia Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in the morning of December 28, only 42 minutes after taking off from Indonesia ’s Surabaya airport for Singapore .

It carried 162 passengers and crew members, including 155 Indonesians, three Koreans, one Singaporean, one Malaysian, one French, and one British.

To date, 48 bodies of the victims have been found, 36 of which have been identified.-VNA