Malaysia Airlines Flight
A Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370 left Kuala Lumpur International Airport heading for Beijing, China at 00:55 a.m. on Saturday, March 8, 2014. Unfortunately, the Boeing B777-200 aircraft lost contact with air traffic controllers and went missing.
Authorities reported that Flight MH 370 “lost contact with the air traffic controller at about 02:40 am.”
A Xinhua report said that Malaysia Airlines lost radar contact while flying over Vietnamese airspace.
In a statement issued by Malaysia Airlines, they said that they are “currently working with the authorities who have activated their search-and-rescue teams to locate the aircraft.”
China’s CCTV reported that about 160 Chinese nationals were onboard the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370.
As of posting, there were no report of any aircraft crash within the Chinese waters.
More updates about the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370 will be posted on this site.
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