Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing is still missing. It departed Kuala Lumpur on Saturday, 8 March 2014, at 12:41am and was expected to arrive in Beijing at 6:30am. Contact was lost with the flight; search and rescue teams are still searching for the plane that had 239 people on board.
Flightradar24 reports this as the plane’s last known position, over the South China Sea.
— Flightradar24.com (@flightradar24) March 8, 2014
News Updates From Malaysia Airlines:
Malaysia Airlines is posting updates through its Facebook page and a dedicated section in their website.
- Malaysia Airlines dedicated website for MH370 Flight Incident (MalaysiaAirlines.com)
- Malaysia Airlines Facebook Page (Facebook.com/my.malaysiaairlines)
Recent Online Reports about Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370
Here is a curated list of recent online articles and sources covering the incident.
- Report: Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 kept flying for hours after last contact (CNN.com – 13 Mar 14)
- Satellite looking into missing Malaysia flight detects ‘suspected crash area'(CNN.com – 13 Mar 14)
- New leads explored in hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines flight (CNN.com – 10 Mar 14)
- Stolen passports raise possibility of terrorism in missing flight (CNN.com – 10 Mar 14)
- What We Still Don’t Know About Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (Gawker.com – 9 Mar 14)
- Missing Malaysia plane ‘may have turned back’ (AlJazeera.com – 9 Mar 14)
- Malaysia Airlines flight ‘presumed crashed’ (AlJazeera.com – 9 Mar 14)
- Passport Theft Adds to Mystery of Missing Malaysia Airlines Jet (NYtimes.com – 8 Mar 14)
- Malaysia Airlines’ missing flight is the latest sign of a safety crisis in the region (Qz.com)
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