An airhostess aboard the ill-fated AirAsia QZ8501 flight had shared a love letter from 38,000 feet in the sky for her boyfriend, just two weeks before the plane crashed on Sunday.
Khairunisa Haidar Fauzi, a 22-year-old trainee flight attendant, had written a note to her boyfriend Divo with a message 'I love you from 38,000 ft' and had shared the picture on Instagram.
Ironically, the QZ8501 flight was attempting to climb a height of 38,000 feet when it is believed to have stalled and crashed into the Java Sea.
Fauzi's body was pulled out from the sea with her uniform and name-tag on, and is now confined to coffin '004' which arrived in Surabaya on Thursday, according to The Straits Times.
Khairunisa, more popularly called by her loved ones as Nisa, is remembered as a 'good girl' who 'liked to help others'.
She had shared several romantic photos of her messages to her partner from her flights, including the one in which she spelt out 'Love Divo' with the silhouette of her hands against a plane window.
Nisa's father said the family had always been 'prepared' since she took the job as a stewardess with AirAsia last year.
"We knew the risk our daughter was taking with this job, so we're prepared," Haidar Fauzi told The Sydney Morning Herald. "We only borrowed our daughter from God and now he has taken her back," he said.
Some of her photos were shared by family members on social networking platforms.
AirAsia head Tony Fernandes had earlier said he would accompany Nisa's family to her hometown in Palembang.
If our beautiful and wonderful crew is identified we will go from Surabaya to palembang with her parents. Heartbreaking soul destroying
— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) January 1, 2015