Malaysia Airlines MH370 Lost Contacts
Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 heading for Kuala Lumpur-Beijing reportedly lost contact. Malaysia Airlines via his Facebook page states, the plane with the flight number MH370 it cannot be contacted by air traffic control shortly after take off on Saturday (8/3/2014) 00.41 AM local time.
Boeing 777-200 that’s been lost contact at around 02.40 AM. The plane was carrying 228 passengers including two infants and 12 crew.
The passenger was scheduled to arrive at Beijing International Airport at around 6.30 am. The Malaysia Airlines are searching the plane along with the local authority.
“The Malaysia Airlines Officially is currently working with the authorities have activated search and rescue teams to find the aircraft,” said Malaysia Airlines statement.
The CCTV China Television Channel, reported that the plane was above there are 160 citizens of China, Reuters quoted from microblogging site Weibo. The Chinese Government promulgated, there has been no report of a plane crashed in the waters of China.
Xinhua News Agency reported a radar contact with flight control lost when the aircraft is estimated to be in the region of the Vietnam territory. Boeing said it has received reports of the disappearance of the plane owned by Malaysia Airlines and monitoring for the development of the situation, declined to comment further.
When it crashed, then this will be the second Boeing 777 crash in less than a year after flight safety record with no defects of the product which was launched in 1995. In the summer of 2013, a Boeing 777 operated by Asiana Airlines imperfect landed in San Francisco Airport, killing three passengers.
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