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  • MH Flight 370 may have flown for hours after dropping off radar

    US investigators believe MH370 flew for hours longer than first thought based on data automatically downloaded and sent to the ground from the Boeing 777’s engines. Hence, I reckon this incident is far more complex than we initially told and thought.


    Boeing 777-200ER 9M-MRO


    According to the Wall Street Journal initially said they could not reach Rolls-Royce for comment but later updated the story with a response.


    “We continue to monitor the situation and to offer Malaysia Airlines our support,” a Rolls-Royce representative told the publication.


    “The disappearance is officially not an accident and all information about this is strictly handled by investigators,” a Rolls-Royce executive is reported to have said. Also quoted was a Boeing executive who declined to comment except to say: “We’ve got to stand back from the front line of the information.”


    It was reported that live data from the plane’s Trent 800 engines is recorded in 30-minute increments and sent to Rolls-Royce for analysis, with the information showing details such as altitude and speed of the jet.


    Rolls Royce Trent 800


    Rolls-Royce says on its website that engine data is routinely used “so that plane operators can easily view the health of their fleet of engines”. “Snapshots” are sent from the aircraft to the ground during take-off, during a climb, once the aircraft is in cruise and at the end of the flight – and are also triggered by unusual engine conditions, the website states. “The snapshot data is always ‘trended’, so that subtle changes in condition from one flight to another can be detected.”


    A total flight time of 5 hours means the Boeing 777 could have travelled about 2200 nautical miles after leaving Kuala Lumpur and potentially have reached the Indian Ocean, the border of Pakistan or even the Arabian Sea, the Wall Street Journal said.

  • China’s Satellite Photographs Found Possible Wreckage of MH370




    Chinese officials released satellite images showing what they say could be wreckage from Flight MH370.


    GPS Coordinate: 105.63E 6.7N



  • No Trace of Missing MH370 Wrackage

    As of now, still no confirmed debris found from missing MH370 Boeing 777-200ER jet, says Malaysian official.


    “Unfortunately, ladies and gentlemen, we have not found anything that appear to be objects from the aircraft, let alone the aircraft,” Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, director general of the Malaysian civil aviation department, told media members Monday.


    Vietnam’s civil aviation body said they have retrieved a “yellow floating object,” but it was not a plane life raft.  So the mysteries surrounding Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and the true identities of some of its passengers remain unsolved.

  • MH370 door and piece of tail spotted at 8 47′ 32″N 103 22’26″E

    According to @AviationSafety, Vietnam reports spotting MH370 door and piece of tail at 8 47′ 32″N 103 22’26″E, 207 km North of waypoint IGARI pic.

    Vietnam reports spotting #MH370  door and piece of tail at 8 47' 32"N 103 22'26"E, 207 km North of waypoint IGARI pic.

  • Oil Slicks Spotted in MH370 Search

    The Vietnamese air force has reported two large oil slicks close to where a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 went missing earlier in the day, the first sign that the aircraft carrying 239 people had crashed.




    The air force planes were part of a multinational search operation launched after Flight MH370 fell off radar screens less than an hour after it took off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing early Saturday morning.


    The oil slicks were spotted late Saturday off the southern tip of Vietnam and were each between 10 kilometers and 15 kilometers long, the Vietnamese government said in a statement. There was no confirmation that the slicks were related to the missing plane, but the statement said they were consistent with the kinds that would be produced by the two fuel tanks of a crashed jetliner.


    Reference: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2014/03/08/malaysia-airlines-beijing-flight-missing/6199161/

  • How Malaysia 370 (MH370) Boeing 777-200ER Disappeared From Radar

    Malaysian Airlines Flight MH 370 Boeing 777-200ER on Flight Radar Playback.



    Malaysia Airlines lost contact with a Boeing 777-200ER aircraft carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Flight MH370 was scheduled to land in Beijing at 6:30 a.m.


    The plane believed to be involved is 9M-MRO, a Boeing 777-200ER delivered in May of 2002.

  • Malaysia Airlines MH370 Flight Incident – 5th Media Statement

    Sepang, 8 March 2014: The families of all passengers on board MH370 are being informed. The flight was carrying a total number of 239 passengers and crew – comprising 227 passengers (including 2 infants) and 12 crew members.




    An international search and rescue mission was mobilized this morning. At this stage, our search and rescue teams from Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam have failed to find evidence of any wreckage.


    The sea mission will continue while the air mission will recommence at daylight.


    For the passenger manifest of MH370, click here.


    The passengers are of 14 different nationalities. All crew on-board are Malaysians.


    The below table shows the latest number of passengers and their nationalities:-


    Nationality Total
    China/Taiwan 153 including infant/1
    Malaysia 38
    India 5
    Indonesia 7
    Australia 6
    France 4
    USA 3 including infant
    New Zealand 2
    Ukraine 2
    Canada 2
    Russian 1
    Italy 1
    Netherlands 1
    Austrian 1


    Our thoughts and prayers are with all affected passengers and crew and their family members.


    The public may contact +603 7884 1234.


    For media queries, kindly contact +603 8777 5698/ +603 8787 1276.