MALAYSIA AIRLINES INVESTIGATION SHIFTED ANEW. A spokesperson, right, from the Malaysia Airlines speaks to the media during a news conference at a hotel in Beijing Saturday, March 8, 2014. (Photo via web)

Malaysia Airlines opens criminal investigation on missing MH370 jetliner

 

MALAYSIA AIRLINES INVESTIGATION SHIFTED ANEW. A spokesperson, right, from the Malaysia Airlines speaks to the media during a news conference at a hotel in Beijing Saturday, March 8, 2014. (Photo via web)
MALAYSIA AIRLINES INVESTIGATION SHIFTED ANEW. A spokesperson, right, from the Malaysia Airlines speaks to the media during a news conference at a hotel in Beijing Saturday, March 8, 2014. (Photo via web)

A big shift on Malaysia Airlines investigation develops anew as day 9 approaches since MH370 mysteriously disappears early Saturday morning, March 8.

The pilots and MH370 crew are now the center of investigation as Malaysia opened criminal investigation on the missing jetliner. Officials said that they are now in close investigation of the two pilots whose house were searched this Sunday. The two men did not request to fly together.

The operation is now entering its new phase, according to Malaysia Airlines. 25 countries join search.

US investigation veered into theories that someone from the cockpit or one of the crew made something that made the plane vanished.

Spark of Hope
Malaysia official mentioned during the press conference that ‘It (MH370) might be on the ground when it last communicated‘. That somehow keeps the optimism high and some relatives responded with hope.

Furious and Angry
Later, half of the crowd stood up when a relative of a passenger of the missing plane asked “Who among the people inside this room have lost faith on Malaysia; who have lost faith in Malaysia Airlines?

An angry Chinese woman screamed at the official saying “We are not leaving here!,” when a Malaysia Airlines official told them that they will shoulder their flight expenses should they choose to go home to China.

More on Malaysia Airlines Flight Incident Report
– The current general enquiry number +603 7884 1234 for the MH370 incident will change effective Monday, 17 March 2014 at 12.00 noon.

– Moving forward, families of passengers and crew of MH370 may call +603 8777 5770. This is a dedicated number for families only.

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

– Our thoughts and prayers are with the passengers and our colleagues on board MH370 as well as their families and loved ones.

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媒体声明二十

(2014年3月16日下午5时15分发布)

 

 

MH370航空事件目前的公众垂询专线+603 7884 1234将于2014年3月17日,星期一中午12时更改。

MH370航班的乘客与机组人员家属,请拨打专门为家属开放的专线+603 8777 5770。

媒体咨询,请联络+603 8777 5698/ +603 8787 1276。

我们仍然与MH370失联客机的同事及乘客的家属同在,一起为MH370 祈福。

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