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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

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The latest incident of the Malaysia airlines flight 370 has caused mixed reactions worldwide. http://malaysiaairlinesflightmh370.com It is a saddening story that has left friends, relatives and families of the deceased passengers. On the 8th of March, 2014 the Malaysia airlines flight schedule indicated that the passenger flight was coming from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. It left Malaysia at 12:41 a.m. and was supposed to land in China at 6:30 a.m. The flight went missing and it had 227 passengers on board from 15 different countries and 12 cabin crew members. It last contacted air traffic control an hour after it took off. Over 12 countries have joined in the rescue search since then and the search area has expanded. Rescuers are now trying to find any land evidence. Sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysia_Airlines_Flight_370 http://www.cnn.com/2014/03/16/world/asia/malaysia-airlines-plane/ Radar readings suggest that it turned and flew west with all tracking systems turned off. There have been suspicions of terrorism with cases of two passengers using passports that were stolen. These have been weakened by the Malaysian police who explained that one of the two was an Iranian seeking asylum. Other speculations include hijacking, malfunction and pilot error. No distress calls were made by the pilots and this lack of signal has made the search even more fruitless. The search team is also ongoing in the opposite side of the supposed disappearance location. Rumor has it that the Western Coast of Malaysia was the most targeted search area since but this has been denied and both sides are major points of concern. A nearby military base detected the plane at 2:40 a.m. and soon after that it lost any form of contact. malaysia airlines, malaysia, airlines, plane, flight, 370, mh370, missing plane, plane, crash, malaysia, plain, survivors, malaysia flight status, status The cluelessness of the authorities on this incident has led to every possibility being double checked. They are not leaving any stone unturned since families, governments and the whole world is waiting eagerly for answers. Some statements suggest that there is a possibility that the plane tried to return to Kuala Lumpur and while it was retracing its path it crashed in the western coast. This was the side where it was first reported as missing. The main point of puzzle is that there were no signals of technical problems or awful weather conditions as is the normal case of a failed plane. Still, every angle of the issue is being looked into. Malaysia airlines flight status is still a big mystery. There is so much confusion with everyone trying to come with different theories to help solve the problem. Family members have tried calling their loved ones for days to no avail. There have been efforts to try and calm them down such as counseling sessions and therapy. Captain Zaharie Ahmed Shah was the pilot in charge and he has served the airline from 1981. This fact has ruled out sabotage since for one to work for so long with a specific company that depicts trust and loyalty. Some of the countries associated with the rescue search are China, Philippines, USA, Vietnam and Malaysia. There are no solid answers to give yet and sources say the Malaysia flight airlines 370 could take quite a while to be found and a lot of joint effort.