Recovery teams have detected a large, dark object on the seabed, which is believed to be the fuselage of AirAsia Flight 8501, which dropped off radar early Sunday.

So far, 10 victims have been found. Some have been fully clothed, which experts say could indicate that the plane was intact when it hit the water. It could also support the theory that the plane stalled in bad weather.

The first two bodies arrived overnight at an airbase in Indonesia with a full honor guard.

The search for bodies and wreckage has been slowed due to bad weather.

The flight, carrying 164 people, lost contact with air control en route from Indonesia to Singapore. Officials say 16 children and one infant were aboard the plane.