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MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales - Recovery teams prepare to deploy giant balloons to raise crashed AirAsia plane from the sea floor... as divers 'spot bodies still strapped in the seats' underwaterA?The fuselage of the AirAsia jet will be recovered with special balloonsPoor conditions prevented divers from finding trapped bodies on SaturdayThe tail section of the crashed AirAsia plane was surfaced last weekIt MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales was not clear if the black boxes were still inside the tailThe tail was hoisted from a depth of 30 metres using inflatable bagsA?A?A?Footage has emerged of divers searching inside AirAsia jet's wreckageA?Search teams have found the plane's tail at the bottom of the Java SeaThe black box, which will reveal why the crash occured, may be MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales in the tailA?A?AirAsia flight 8501 crashed on December 28, killing all 168 people onboardByLouise Cheerand Nelson Groomand Sarah Cartyand Australian Associated Pressand Richard Shears for Daily Mail Australia Published: 09:49 GMT, 17 January 2015 | Updated: 11:48 GMT, 17 January 2015 58 shares 40 View comments The wrecked fuselage of the AirAsia jet at the bottom of MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales the Java Sea is to be raised to the surface with special balloons after rough conditions again prevented divers from searching for trapped bodies on Saturday.It was the third attempt by divers to swim the 30m down to the main body of the aircraft which is believed to contain most of the bodies of the passengers.One more MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales body was recovered from the sea's surface today - bringing the total found to 51 - but experts believe scores of others are still strapped to their seats inside the wreckage.A?It comes one week after investigators searching for black boxes in the crashed AirAsia plane lifted the tail portion out of the Java Sea on Saturday, two MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales weeks after it went down, killing all 162 people on board.A?Scroll down for videoA? National disaster agency officers load debris of the AirAsia flight 8501 onto a truck today in Surabaya, eastern Java island Disaster agency officers carry a coffin today with the remains of a passenger The crew of Singapore's MV Swift Rescue observing a minute MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales of silence for the victims of ?AirAsia flight QZ8501 As officials carried the coffins of victims today, others were preparing to raise the wrecked fuselage of the AirAsia jet to the surface with special balloonsAfter today's diving failure, caused by strong underwater currents and poor visibility, search officials say they will now attempt to raise the fuselage MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales to the surface using special balloons before it is lifted by cranes onto a ship.'We got down a little way, but then it became dangerous to continue to dive further,' said Mr Henry Bambang Soelistyo, head of the National Search and Rescue Agency.'But we did discover more wreckage down there, as well as what looked like passenger MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales seats with bodies in them.A?A?'We have also seen what we suspect is the cockpit and an engine, so there's a lot of work to be done.'Divers have already recovered the vital flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder and experts in Jakarta have started to download the data.A? The tail portion of of AirAsia Flight 8501 MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales was raised a week afo using the balloons. Here, it floats on the water as Indonesian navy divers conduct search operations for the black boxes of the crashed plane in the Java Sea The tail section of the crashed AirAsia plane has been surfaced Recovered wreckage from the AirAsia plane lies on the deck of the Crest MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales Onyx ship today A helicopter flies over the Crest Onyc ship after it retrieved the tail of the AirAsia Flight 8501 in the Java SeaThe Airbus, with 162 people on board, crashed while flying from Surabaya, Indonesia, to Singapore on December 28.It is believed bad weather caused the crash.Mr Soelistyo said he hoped the task of raising MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales the fuselage could begin within days.But experts have warned it will be a painstaking task, considering the condition of the bodies.A?After the tail was lifted from the ocean last Saturday, it was not immediately clear if the cockpit voice and flight data recorders were still inside the tail or had been detached when the Airbus A320 plummeted MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales into the sea Dec. 28. Their recovery is essential to finding out why it crashed.The tail was hoisted from a depth of about 30 meters (100 feet) using inflatable bags that were attached to the rear of the aircraft and a crane to lift it onto a rescue ship.A?A?A? Investigators searching for black boxes in the crashed MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales AirAsia plane lifted the tail portion out of the Java Sea on Saturday, two weeks ago after it went down, killing all 162 people on boardA? The tail was hoisted from a depth of 30 metres using inflatable bagsIntermittent underwater ping-like sounds were picked up Friday about a kilometer (half mile) from where the tail was located, MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales but it was unclear if they were coming from the recorders located in the back of the aircraft. It was possible the signals were coming from another source.No metal was detected at the ping location, and Nurcahyo Utomo, a National Commission for Transportation Safety investigator, said the sounds could not be confirmed.A?A?Footage recently emerged showing Indonesian military MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales divers investigating the submerged tail of doomed AirAsia flight 8501, as search and rescue teams are hopeful that the black box from the plane's wreckage has been located.Having located the tail of the plane, search teams began pressing ahead with their efforts to find the black box and retrieve bodies from the wreckage, and on Friday afternoon MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales reported detecting 'pings' from the flight data recorder.But Suyadi Bambang Supriyadi, director of operations of Indonesia's search-and-rescue agency, said pings detected about 1km southwest of the wreckage suggest the black box may be located elsewhere, reports Business Spectator. It was not clear if the black boxes were still inside the tail when it was surfaced from the MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales bottom of the oceanThe underwater searches ended before dusk last Friday, after divers were unable to find the black box.Indonesian authorities have warned that the black box, which is located in the tail in the Airbus A320-200, may have become separated during the crash.A?Footage released by Indonesian authorities shows divers surrounding the submerged wreck, shining torches into MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales the badly damaged hull, 30 metres under the surface of the Java Sea.A? Search official said black box may be outside the tail section of the plane Pings from the black box were detected 1km southwest of the wreckage on Friday morning An Indonesian diver and official examine the plane wreckage A?which was today recovered from the MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales Java SeaThe flight data recorder, or black box, which is located in the back end of the plane, could prove crucial to determining the cause of the December 28 crash that killed all 168 people on board.A?Lifting balloons were loaded onto helicopters in preparation of recovery efforts to lift the tail out of the Java Sea, despite MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales worries that the black box may have been separated from the tail during the crash.The footage was captured by the divers despite poor weather and murky water which has been hampering recovery efforts. Lifting balloons were loaded onto helicopters in preparation of recovery efforts to lift the tail out of the Java Sea, despite worries that the MCM Wallets Black Friday Sales black box may have been separated from the tail during the crash Read more: Indonesia says pings detected in search for AirAsia jet's black box | Reuters Divers fail to locate AirAsia black box | Business Spectator .