A body, wearing a life jacket was recovered from the crashed AirAsia plane on Wednesday. Rescuers found the plane on the ocean floor of Borneo, after that a large dark object beneath waters where debris and bodies were found on the surface and detected by the Sonar. The plane lost its contact during the bad weather conditions about 40 minutes from its flight from the Indonesian city of Surabaya to Singapore. Around seven bodies have been recovered from the sea from which some were fully clothed and it indicates the Airbus A320-200 was intact when it hit the water. The person wearing the life jacket shows the fact that those on board had time before the air craft hit the water or before the plane sank, and yet the pilots did not issue a distress signal. The plane disappeared after not getting the permission to fly higher to avoid bad weather because of heavy air traffic. Tatang Zaenudin, an official with the search team and rescue agency told the Reuters that they have recovered a total of four bodies from which one was wearing life jacket. Hernanto, Head of the Search and Rescue Agency in Surabaya said that the black box flight data and cockpit are yet to be found. Most of the people on board were Indonesians, and no survivors have been found. About 30 ships and 21 aircraft from Indonesia, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea and the United States have been involved in the search. Three airline disasters involving Malaysian-affiliated carriers in less than a year have lowered the confidence in the country's aviation industry.