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A relative of AirAsia flight QZ8501 passengers weeps as she waits for the latest news on the missing jetliner at Juanda International Airport in Surabaya, Indonesia on Dec. 28. (AP Photo/Trisnadi)

(Bloomberg) — An AirAsia Bhd. plane with 155 passengers and seven crew on board a flight to Singapore has gone missing for almost a day, prompting a multi-nation search across the seas surrounding Indonesia.

A 10-hour search through Asia’s day found no sign of the Airbus Group NV A320 single-aisle jet that was on a commercial flight from Surabaya, Indonesia, when it went off radar. Indonesian authorities suspended the hunt due to darkness.

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