The first victim of ill-fated AirAsia Flight QZ8501 to be buried has been identified as Hayati Lutfiah Hamid, a 49-year-old Indonesian.
According to a BBC report, Ms Hamid was buried at a ceremony attended by family and friends in the Indonesian city of Surabaya.
The discovery of two more bodies on Thursday brings the number recovered to nine. Bad weather has continued to hamper the search for the plane and other victims.
The Airbus A320-200 came down four days ago en route from Indonesia to Singapore with 162 people on board.
No survivors have been found and the cause of the crash remains unknown.
The identity of Ms Hamid was confirmed using fingerprints “and other means,” East Java disaster official Col Budiyono said. Her body was handed over to family members in a brief ceremony at a police hospital in Surabaya.
The coffin was then transported to a village, before being buried according to Islamic burial customs.
One of Ms Hamid’s relatives told AP news agency: “We have been fraught with worry because at this point, three of our family members are still missing… we pray together every night that they will be found soon.”