Indonesian divers discovered four more bodies from the wreckage of the crashed jet on January 23, bringing the number of victims found so far to 63.

The divers failed to get in the fuselage as many big cables and debris hindered the way, said S.B Supriyadi Director of the Indonesian National Search and Rescue Agency, adding that bad weather also hampered the search for more victims’ bodies.

Earlier, six bodies were recovered, some still belted into their seats near the main section of the ill-fated aircraft.

The fuselage of the Airbus was spotted on January 14 while the black box including the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder were retrieved one day earlier. The investors are analysing them to discover the cause of the disaster.

According to initial examination, there was no sign of crisis or kidnap.

AirAsia Flight QZ8501 lost contact with an air traffic control station 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.-VNA