Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Day 17: Fate of MH370 unfurled

Malaysiakini, March 25, 2014

The confirmation

10.05pm; March 24, 2014: The premier announces that the evidence suggests that MH370 likely ended in the Southern Indian Ocean.

  • The Beijing-bound Boeing 777-200ER aircraft went missing not long after taking off from KL International Airport in the early hours of March 8, with 12 crew members and 227 passengers.
  • Its whereabouts remains a mystery as 26 countries race to locate the missing plane, believed to be either in the northern corridor, anywhere between Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, or in the southern corridor covering Indonesia and to the south of the India Ocean.
  • This comes after the authorities determined that the plane intentionally made a turn-back and altered its course shortly after cutting communications with tower controllers.

Our heart goes to the passengers and crew of MH370 and their families.  Innalillahhi wainna ilaihirojiuun. Al-Fathihah.


  1. I have tracked you down at last. But has happened since March with no fresh posting? This strange case is getting stranger reading whar cekdet says - international conspiracy?

    1. I am waiting for something that we can be very sure of. With all the latest technologies at our disposal it is hard to believe that MH370 can't be found/located, unless there be some kind of a cover-up. Any explanation offered to date are not appeasing enough. What now with Australia unwilling to share their pings file!