Updates 2 11:50 pm on 10-3-2014:US Commander William J Mark spokesman for the 7th Fleet has commended Malaysian Government has been professional in the search and rescue operations for the MH 370. Datuk Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, the DCA Chief, has confirmed today that the two passengers that were using stolen passports were not Asian.
Updates @ 3:20 pm on 10-3-2014: DCA Director-General Datuk Azharuddin Abdul Rahman told the Press in Kuala Lumpur today: “Yes, they have found debris but it did not come from the aircraft,”. For full report HERE.
After more than 30 hours without contact with the aircraft, Malaysia Airlines told family members they should “prepare themselves for the worst,” Hugh Dunleavy, the commercial director for the airline, told reporters. Continue reading “Day 3 of the missing MAS MH 370”→
It took MAS 10 hours to hold a press conference to announce that MH 370 was missing. MAS could have easily ascertained the status of MH 370 when it did not arrive in Beijing at 6:30 am 8-3-2014 as scheduled. Further, MH 730 has fuel to fly up to about 8:30 am. By 9:00 am, if not earlier, MAS should have been able to make a public announcement that MH 370 was missing but MAS chose to drag its feet until 12 noon. Continue reading “MH 370 went missing at 1:30 am or 2:40 am?”→