Just two mates chillin’. Handcuffed.
As we all know, the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went “missing” on Saturday the 8th of March 2014. But what really happened to this unfortunate flight?
Passengers boarded flight MH370, destination Beijing, China. An easy six hour flight.
Saturday March 8th 2014 at 12:41AM: Flight MH370…
• Official says disappearance is an ‘unprecedented mystery’
• Hijacking not being ruled out
• Search area widened to Straits of Malacca
• Relatives to give press conference
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Pictured: A Vietnamese Airforce planes above the southern sea of Vietnam where the Malaysia Airlines passenger jet went missing on Friday night. Photograph: Hoang Dinh Nam/AFP/Getty Images
Missing Plane: A Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 passengers lost contact with air traffic control operators en route to Beijing. Please send your prayers out to these innocent people and hope that they are safe now.
Flight MH370 left Kuala Lumpur for Beijing early Saturday morning, but vanished off radar screens less than an hour later. As night fell in the region, there still was no sign of the missing jet — and increasing likelihood that it had crashed into the sea.
My prayers for the passenger’s and their famalies of Malaysia Airlines MH370
7. What do we know about the passengers?
Five passengers who checked in for Flight MH370 never boarded the plane, investigators said. Additionally, at least two passengers aboard the flight used stolen passports. The FBI fears up to four passengers used stolen passports.
8. Have investigators found anything yet?
The seas around Malaysia, Vietnam and now southern China are being scoured. Vietnamese search parties thought a floating yellow object may have been a remnant of the airplane, but later ruled it out. Investigators also thought a large pool of oil in the ocean could be a sign; however, this was not related either. Monday morning debris spotted east of Saigon is being investigated. Experts reiterate that until the aircraft is found, little can be done to definitively say what happened.