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Officials 'puzzled' by Malaysia mystery as search widens

Officials 'puzzled' by Malaysia mystery as search widens

March 10, 2014 - Teams from nine countries working non-stop, officials say, as hunt goes on for plane missing with 239 people on board

Search crews involving nine countries are working "every hour, every minute, every second" across a huge swathe of the South China Sea but have yet to find any evidence of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight, the country's civil aviation chief said on Monday.


Almost 60 hours after flight MH370 vanished from radar screens in the early hours of Saturday officials remain "puzzled" by its sudden disappearance and are considering all possible angles, Azharuddin Abdul Rahman said.

"Unfortunately, we have not found anything that appears to be an object from the aircraft, let alone the aircraft," he said.

The Beijing-bound flight was carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew when it went missing around 40 minutes after its 12.41am take-off from Kuala Lumpur, over the seas between Malaysia and Vietnam. The Boeing-777 was cruising at 35,000 feet when it disappeared in apparently good weather, gave no indication of any problems and did not issue a distress call.

Rahman added: "There are many theories that have been said in the media; many experts around the world have contributed their expertise and knowledge about what could happen, what happened....We are puzzled as well.

"To confirm what happened on that particular day on this ill-fated aircraft...we need concrete evidence, parts of the aircraft for us to analyse, for us to do forensic study."

He said that the government had not discounted speculation about a hijack, but was looking at every possible explanation, noting that it took two years to determine the cause of the 2009 Air France crash.



Sources and more information:

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Head of Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia Azharuddin Abdul Rahman said in a televised press conference , unfortunately we have not found anything that appears to be something related to aircraft . The Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777-200 aircraft to Beijing in five Indians , a Canadian person of Indian origin, including 227 passengers and 12 crew...

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( via theguardian.com )



2 comments

  • budgreiner#

    budgreiner wrote March 11, 2014 2:24:16 PM CET

    I wander why nobody has not mentioned maybe the aliens snatched up the plane, if it crashed into the ocean why isn't the black box sending back signals from under the ocean, it will send signals from 20,000 feet under the ocean, & what about debris, nothing found, the only other thing maybe hijacked & taken to a rogue country. & another thing aliens are already on are planet. Wake Up.

  • DmoniX_The_Destroyer#

    DmoniX_The_Destroyer wrote March 10, 2014 8:51:11 PM CET

    I'm really really REALLY surprised at Dtv, no one's made some connection with the airplane vanishing and building no#7 WTC and 9/11...

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