The latest on missing AirAsia plane, flight QZ8501

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The latest on missing AirAsia plane, flight QZ8501

Search and rescue teams claim the airliner is likely to be at the bottom of the sea but efforts are continuing to find the missing 162 people, who were on board the flight from Indonesia to Singapore. Officials say they have spotted objects in the sea as well as oil. 
It has been reported the missing Briton on board the plane is 48-year-old Chi-Man Choi.
People are once again worrying over the dangers of flying, but Simon points out it has been over 25 years since there was a fatal crash involving a passenger plane in the UK alone. 

Simon discusses how the crash will this affect the airline's reputation. AirAsia's London-based head, Tony Fernandes, said the situation was his worst nightmare. He announced earlier he was "devastated" by the missing plane. He also discusses the evacuation of the ferry on fire off the coast of Corfu.

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